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ASHLEYABRAHAM.HEATHERABRUZZESE.MEREDITHAHERNE. 
REBECCA ALBITZ • RONALD ANCTIL • GEOFFREY ARCHER • STEVEN 
ARMSTRONG • TIMOTHY ARNOLD • LINDSEY AUDETTE • DANIEL 
AUKSTIKALNIS-KERRYAYER.KRISTEN BALDNER. KAREN BALLANTINE.AMY 
BALZOTTI • MICHAEL BARKAS • JENNIFER BARRESI • JENNIFER BATSON . BRIAN 
BEARSE.SAMANTHABEATON.JEFFREYBENELLI.THEODOREBENNER.ADAMBETTERS. 
NICOLE BLAIR • KELLY BLAKEMAN . JAMES BLANDINO • EMILY M BOGDANSKI . DOREEN 
BOIDLEAU .THOMAS BORCHERT.NICHOLE BOSCHEE.BRIANNEBOTTO« RYAN BOTTO« BRETT 
BOULEY .JENNIFER BOYLE • CHRISTOPHER BRADLEY • MEAGHAN BRADLEY • MELISSA BRADLEY • 
CHRISTOPHER BRADY «MOIRA BRADY* RICHARD BREAULT* JUSTIN BRENNAN .CLAYTON BRICKNELL. 
AMANDABRIGHT.MAUREENBROCKWAY.ANDREBROWN.KATIEBROWN.DANIELBUCKINGHAM. CHRISTINA 
BUCKUS.JEFFREYBUCKUS.MICHAELBULLOCK.EUZABETHBURKE.JUSTINBURKE.NATHANIELBURKE.JAMESM 
BURNS • JASON M BUSHELL • BRIAN DENNISON • JOHN DENTINO • SARAH 

BUTLER • NICHOLAS CABRAL • ADAM DEROCHE • CAREY DESROSIERS • 

CAMPBELL.NICOLECARBONE.MICHAEL RICHARD DEVANE • JILL DONNELLY • 

CASEY • JARED CASS • THOMAS MATTHEW DONNELLY • JOSEPH 

CHANCHOLO«SHAWNCHASE« MICHAEL DONOVAN.JEANNE-MARIEDOTEN.JEFF 

CINA.RYANCLARKE.COURTNEYCLEARY. DOYLE • NOAL DUBOIS • CHRISTINE 

SHANNON COBBETT. JESSICA COHEN. DUBURON • KIMBERLY DUCLOS • 

ALICIA COLLINS • LAUREN COLWELL • MEAGHAN DUFF • PETER DULA • LAURA 

MATTHEW CONNORS • SHANNON DUNSFORD • MELISSA EGAN • BETHANY 

CONNORS • BRIAN COURCHENE • EKLUND* EILEEN ELLIOTT.SARA ELLIS* 

KATHARINE CRAM. TIFFANY CREGGER. JENNIFER ENNIS • MICHELLE ERWIN • 

CASSANDRA CRONIN • GREGORY JOHN FANNING • LEANNE FELECIANO • 

CROTEAU • KEITH CROWELL. MICHELLE JAMIE FERREIRA • AMY FESTA • ELLEN 

CROWLEY.MARYCUNNINGHAM.SARAH FICKS.ANTHONYFICOCIELLO.ANTHONY 

D'ALESSANDRO • MICHAEL DACEY • FIUMARA»LAURAFLYNN.ANDREWFOSS« 

JUSTIN DAVIS • DEREK DEAFONSECA • JAMESFRANZONLDEREKFREITAS.LANI 

SHANNADEEGAN»LISADELONG«ADAM FRYER • CHRISTINE FUCILLO • JOHN F 

DELROSSO • BRIAN DENNISON • JUSTIN GAGE JR • NICOLE GAINEY • MATTHEW 

GALLAGHER • DAVID GAMBLE • MICHAEL GAUTHIER • TRACEY GERAGHTY • BRIAN GIAMPIETRO • DANIEL J 
GILCOINE • JACLYN GILLIS • SHAWNA GILLIS • CASEY GOONAN • TRAVIS GORE • JAMIE GORMAN • JONATHAN 
GOSSELIN • CHRISTOPHER GOULD • DOUGLAS GOVONI • MITCHELL GREEN • THOMAS GREEN • SARAH 
HADDOCK • HEATHER HAEN • JACOB HALL • SARAH HANIFAN • JUSTIN M HARDING • SARAH HARLING • 
JAMES M HARRISON • SHAWNA K HARTY . LYNNE HASSEY . THOMAS HEALY . SHERYL HEEFNER • 
DANNY HELTON • RYAN HINCHEY. CHRISTOPHER HISLOP. KRISTEN HOCKNEY* HENRY HOLMES • 
SHEILA HOLMES • ANDREA HORSLEY • DALE HORSMAN • SCOTT HORTON • JOHN HUGHES • 
PAUL D HUNTER • PATRICK HURNEY . HALEY INGLE • DEVEN INGLESE • MATTHEW J EFFERY • 
MARIAH JENNINGS-RAMPSI • BRIDGET JOHNSON • MELISSA JOHNSON • JENNILEE JONES • 
BRIAN KAENEMAN • ERIC KAFRAWY . JOSEPH KEEFE • GREGORY KELLEY • KATHRYN 
KELLOGG • AMANDA KELLY • BRIAN J KELLY • DAVID KELLY • COURTNEY KENERSON • 

LONG • BRIAN LOUD • PAMELA LOZZI • 

COLEY LUNT • ABBY LUQUE • CAITLIN 

LUTTON • ABBIE LYDON • RAYMOND 

LYNCH • MELISSA MACDONALD • 

PATRICK MACDONALD • AMANDA 

JENNY KILLINGER. MELISSA KLEPPER. MACPHELEMY • SARAH MAGUIRE • 

LAUREN KOPPER • JOSEPH KRAFT • JOSEPH MALONE • JESSICA MARCONI • 

MICHAEL KUBICKI • ZOFIA PAULA MARGOTTO • MICHAEL MARI • 

KURCZEWSKA • KEVIN LABRECQUE • DOMINIQUE MARIBETT • SUSAN 

RONJA LABRECQUE • MORGAN MARINO .ELIZABETH MARTIN • JADE 

LANAGAN . MICHAEL LANE • DANIELLE MARTIN • ANDREW MASON • MICHAEL 

LAWN • CHRISTOPHER LE • JEREMIAH MASSCOTTE -JOHN MATHER • JILL 

LEBSOCK • MARISSA LEDERMAN • MATTIE • MICHAEL MAZZILLI • MEGHAN 

DARCY LEDWELL. J FRANCIS LEMANSKI MCAULIFFE • MEAGHAN MCCONNELL • 

• ALLISON LESHEFSKY • JILL MEGHAN MCCOY • ERIN MCDONALD • 

LEVANDOSKI • DANIELLE LEVY • IAN STACIE MCGIBBON .MICHAEL MCGRALE 

LINDVALL • RYAN LIVELY • CHERYL .SARA MCKINNON .JOSHUA MCPHAIL* 

LOISELLE • MATTHEW LONG • MEAGAN JASON MCPHEE • AMY MCQUIGGAN • 

STACY MCSHARRY • PATRICK MCSWEENEY • ERIN MCWILLIAMS • CARLOS MEDINA • MICHAEL MELANSON • 

FRANK MELBERG • SCOTT MELONE • MICHAEL MENDES • MATTHEW MERRILL . NATHANIEL MERRITT . 

CASEY MESERVE • SARAH METCALF • EMILY SUN MILLER • KATE MILLER • RUSSELL MONROE • JAMES 

MORI • JENNIFER MORRIS • JEFFREY MORSE • MICHELLE MURPHY • MICHAEL MURZYN . 

NICHOLAS MUYLLE • JOHN NASON • DERICK NAUMANN • PATRICIA NELSON • KATHERINE 

NEWTON • MARCIA NGUYEN • EWA NOWICKI • JILLIAN OCONNELL • SHAUN OLEARY • 

KEITH OMEARA • SCOTT ONEIL • RACHAEL OLIVEIRA • DANIEL ORCUTT • KEVIN 

ORMSBEE • ANTHONY OTERI • WILLIAM PALMA • MICHELLE PAREZO • ROBERT 

PARKER • JENNIFER PEEBLES • FRANCIS PERRY • JENNIFER PERRY • 

LAUREN PERRY • BRIAN PETERSON • JOSHUA PETERSON • WAYNE 

PFORR • JASON PHANEUF • MELISSA PIERCE • JOSEPH PILLING • 

JUSTIN PILOTTE • JOSHUA PLACE • ROBERT POOLE • 



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THOMAS • DANIEL THOMPSON 
MEREDITH THOMPSON • JEREMY TILL 
MICHAEL TOLMAN • THOMAS TOPPAN 
BROOKETOWNSEND.LISATRAFICANTE 
WESLEY TUNKS • SHAWN TURNER 
KIMBERLY ATURPEN. RUSSELLTYLER 
USAVENEZIA.JOHNPAULVERCOLLONE 
NICOLE VICKERY • CHRISTINE L WAITT 
ROBERT WALKER -KATHRYN WALLACE 
MICHAEL WALSH .JAY WARNER 
JACQUELINE WATERS • JILLIAN 
WENTWORTH.ANDREWWEST.JOSHUA 
WEST • KERRI WHEALAN • KIMBERLY 
WHITE.NORMANWHITE.SEANWILLIAMS 
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WOODWORTH • EVAN WRIGHT • KELLY 
WRIGHT • PERCY WRIGHT • TIMOTHY 
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MICHAEL YOUNGSTROM • SCOTT 
ZANSTUCK • KAITLIN ZAVAL • GEORGE 
ZIRNGIEBEL. PETER ZWAHLEN .ASHLEY 
ABRAHAM . HEATHER ABRUZZESE • 
MEREDITH AHERNE • REBECCA ALBITZ • 
RONALD ANCTIL • GEOFFREY ARCHER • 
STEVENARMSTRONG.TIMOTHYARNOLD 
• LINDSEY AUDETTE • DANIEL 
AUKSTIKALNIS .KERRY AYER • KRISTEN 
BALDNER • KAREN BALLANTINE • AMY 
BALZOTTI. MICHAEL BARKAS.JENNIFER 
BARRESI • JENNIFER BATSON • BRIAN 
BEARSE • SAMANTHA BEATON • J EFFREY 
BENELLI • THEODORE BENNER • ADAM 
BETTERS • NICOLE BLAIR • KELLY 
BLAKEMAN.JAMESBLANDINO.EMILYM 
BOGDANSKI -DOREEN BOIDLEAU • 
THOMAS BORCHERT.NICHOLEBOSCHEE 



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BRADLEY • MELISSA BRADLEY • CHRISTOPHER BRADY • MOIRA BRADY • RICHARD BREAULT • JUSTIN 
BRENNAN • CLAYTON BRICKNELL • AMANDA BRIGHT • MAUREEN BROCKWAY • ANDRE BROWN • KATIE 
BROWN • DANIEL BUCKINGHAM • CHRISTINA BUCKUS • JEFFREY BUCKUS • MICHAEL BULLOCK 
ELIZABETH BURKE • JUSTIN BURKE • NATHANIEL BURKE • JAMES M BURNS • JASON M BUSHELL 
BRIAN BUTLER • NICHOLAS CABRAL • ADAM CAMPBELL • NICOLE CARBONE • MICHAEL CASEY 
JARED CASS • THOMAS CHANCHOLO • SHAWN CHASE • MICHAEL CINA . RYAN CLARKE 
COURTNEY CLEARY • SHANNON COBBETT • JESSICA COHEN • ALICIA COLLINS .LAUREN 
COLWELL • MATTHEW CONNORS • SHANNON CONNORS • BRIAN COURCHENE 
KATHARINE CRAM • TIFFANY CREGGER • CASSANDRA CRONIN • GREGORY CROTEAU 
KEITH CROWELL • MICHELLE CROWLEY • MARY CUNNINGHAM • SARAH 

EKLUND • EILEEN ELLIOTT • SARA ELLIS 
• JENNIFER ENNIS • MICHELLE ERWIN 
JOHN FANNING • LEANNE FELECIANO 
JAMIE FERREIRA • AMY FESTA • ELLEN 
FICKS • ANTHONY FICOCIELLO 
ANTHONY FIUMARA • LAURA FLYNN 
ANDREW FOSS • JAMES FRANZONI 
DEREK FREITAS • LANI FRYER 
CHRISTINE FUCILLO • JOHN F GAGE JR 
NICOLE GAINEY • MATTHEW 
GALLAGHER • DAVID GAMBLE 
MICHAEL GAUTHIER • TRACEY 
GERAGHTY • BRIAN GIAMPIETRO 
DANIEL J GILCOINE • JACLYN GILLIS 
SHAWNA GILLIS • CASEY GOONAN 
TRAVIS GORE . JAMIE GORMAN 
JONATHAN GOSSELIN • CHRISTOPHER 
GOULD . DOUGLAS GOVONI • MITCHELL 
JACOB HALL • SARAH HANIFAN • JUSTIN M 



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ADAM DELROSSO • BRIAN DENNISON . 

JUSTIN DENNISON • JOHN DENTINO • 

SARAH DEROCHE • CAREY DESROSIERS 

• RICHARD DEVANE • JILL DONNELLY • 

MATTHEW DONNELLY • JOSEPH 

DONOVAN • JEANNE-MARIE DOTEN • 

JEFF DOYLE. NOAL DUBOIS. CHRISTINE 

DUBURON • KIMBERLY DUCLOS • 

MEAGHAN DUFF . PETER DULA • LAURA 

DUNSFORD • MELISSA EGAN • BETHANY 

GREEN • THOMAS GREEN • SARAH HADDOCK • HEATHER HAEN 



HARDING • SARAH HARLING • JAMES M HARRISON • SHAWNA K HARTY • LYNNE HASSEY • THOMAS HEALY 

• SHERYL HEEFNER • DANNY HELTON • RYAN HINCHEY . CHRISTOPHER HISLOP • KRISTEN HOCKNEY • 

HENRY HOLMES • SHEILA HOLMES • ANDREA HORSLEY • DALE HORSMAN • SCOTT HORTON • 

JOHN HUGHES • PAUL D HUNTER • PATRICK HURNEY • HALEY INGLE . DEVEN INGLESE • 

MATTHEW JEFFERY • MARIAH JENNINGS-RAMPSI • BRIDGET JOHNSON • MELISSA 

JOHNSON . JENNILEE JONES • BRIAN KAENEMAN • ERIC KAFRAWY . JOSEPH KEEFE 

• GREGORY KELLEY • KATHRYN KELLOGG . AMANDA KELLY • BRIAN J KELLY • 

DAVID KELLY • COURTNEY KENERSON • JENNY KILLINGER • MELISSA 

KLEPPER "LAUREN KOPPER • JOSEPH KRAFT • MICHAEL KUBICKI • 

ZOFIA KURCZEWSKA • KEVIN LABRECQUE • RONJA LABRECQUE • 

MORGAN LANAGAN • MICHAEL LANE • DANIELLE LAWN • 



Save the Best for ... 




Fall 1995 




Silver Lake Regional 
High School 

260 Pembroke Street 
Kingston, MA 02364 

1999 Torch 

Volume 44 
Table of Contents 

Dedication 4 

Events 5 

Clubs 30 

Sports 52 

Administration & Faculty 80 

Underclassmen 94 

Seniors 100 

Ads 182 

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From 

the very 

beginning, 

the 

Class of 1999 

was the best. 

We have gone through our 

last six years proving our 

strength as a class and as 

individuals. Now our high 

school years have come to an 

end. Each individual has 

captured a spot in the sun. 

The class will always be a 

significant part of the 

school's history and the best 

was saved for last! 



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Committed to the Best 

The Class of 1999 proudly 

dedicates this yearbook to 

Ms. Goldberg 

Over the past seven years, Ms. Goldberg has 
been the force behind the yearbook staff . She is 
one of Silver Lake's best! Ms. Goldberg has 
spent numerous late afternoons and evenings at 
the computer. Without her expertise and dedi- 
cation, we would be hard pressed to complete 
assignments and meet deadlines. Besides her 
obvious talent as yearbook advisor, she has 
been an English teacher for twelve years. Silver 
Lake is fortunate to have such a positive role 
model in our environment. From the Class of 
1999, "Thank you for a job well done." Meussa Eg an 





"She likes it!" Jacki Waters, Karen Ballantine, Darcy Led well, and Shawn Gillis can't believe Ms. Goldberg 
finally gave her approval to their hard work. 

4 Ot Dedication 




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Jill Donnelly gets an A+ in laundry duty. 





"Love Will Guide Us" 

The first meeting of the Appalachia Service Project was held early 
in September 1997. A small group of twenty quickly grew to more than 
fifty, and this was only the first year of the project. From September to 
June, we sold Thanksgiving bread, Christmas trees, Super Bowl subs, 
car washes, and stock to pay for our trip to McDowell County, West 
Virginia. Summer came, bags were packed, our adventure began. The 
Kimball Elementary School, a quaint country school, became our place 
of lodging; cafeteria food became our breakfast and dinner fare. For 
lunch? Well, none of us have eaten peanut butter and jelly with 
Pringle's potato chips since. Six work groups were formed and sent to 
repair a roof, tile a bathroom, lay flooring on a porch, or build a ramp 
for a handicapped person. But almost as important as the jobs we did 
were the friendships we formed and the discoveries we made about 
ourselves. Most of our homes have the latest electronic gadgets, the 
most comfortable of furniture, and all of the modern conveniences to 
take us into the twenty-first century. Many of these people did not 
have running water, electricity, or indoor bathrooms. We went to 
Appalachia with the intention of giving these families the gift of our 
labor, but we never imagined the blessed gifts we would receive in 

return. Darcy Ledwell 




"Gettin' down and dirty.' 



Every night was a pajama party for the girls whose beds were the hard floors of the 
school gym. 




It's either Doug Govoni or his long 
lost twin? You decide. 



6 ,-Y Appalachia 





Not exactly the living room sofa, Mike Sanda, Dale Horsman, Mike Dacey, John Fanning, 
and Katie Zaval squeeze onto the only comfortable seat available, a seat from an old van. 




The staff from ASP 
entertained the 
volunteers with 
the theme song for 
the week, "If I Had 
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Karen Ballantine and Dan Austikalnis take a 
break after a hard day's work. 




April King is ready for the challenge of helping 
others during her vacation. 




Wonder Woman, Shawna Gillis, uses her super strength to carry 
the supplies to the van. 



Dale Horsman is lookin' " Pretty in 
Pink." Too bad this page isn't in color. 



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Fun in the Sun 

What's better than a class get together early in 
September to catch up on summer gossip and 
summer romances? The senior class had an 
opportunity to do this on the second day of 
school, September 10, 1998, by celebrating the 
Annual Senior BBQ. We all gathered in the Little 
Theater for our last opening day orientation. 
You could feel the excitement and anticipation 
in the air. Within a few minutes we were ready 
to head outside to have some "fun in the sun." 
Great weather, good music, and a free school 
lunch made the day perfect. A special thanks to 
Officer Kelly for picking up the tab. DarcyLedweii 




The girls in the middle get squashed as the rest of the 
senior girls huddle for a quick pic. 



Doug Govoni shows off his martial arts move as his combat crew backs 
him up: Shawn Chase, Ray Lynch, Rob Walker, and Dan Aukstikalnis. 
With his girl Shawna Gillis by his side, they make the perfect Power Ade 
commercial. 




Derek Defonseca, Tom Toppan, Andre 
Brown, Destiny Ruprecht, Mike Mazzilli, 
Jay Bushell, and John Gosselin are just a 
little too happy to be out of class. 



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ke Duffy, and Ronja Labrecque grab a drink at the refreshment table before 
iding back to the dance floor. 




"No one's getting 
through this chain" 
Jill Connors, Liz Winn, 
Catie Mattie, Becky 
Emanuel, Danielle 
Doherty. 




Jessica Bouley is bustin' a move with a few friends 

Styk Figgyaz Debut 

The annual Welcome Back Dance had a new 
twist this year with entertainment provided by 
our own "professionals" Jay Bushell and Andre 
Brown, the Styk Figgyaz, and C.J. Small as DJ. 
Although attendance at the dance was less 
than in previous years, the dancers had plenty 
of room to show off their moves and have a 

gOOd time. Karen Ballantine 



Dan Cordeiro and 

Tim Long sit out 

this rap song. 




Chris Le is 

sitting back and 

taking a break 

from the busy 

dance floor. 




Opening Dance tV 9 




Russell Greenleaf blows the seniors away with his junior spirit. 





Yet again the seniors end Spirit Week with a win! 



Explosion of Spirit 

Spirit Week is a time honored tradition at Silver Lake. 
Each day everyone dresses up in the appropriate theme 
costume. Monday was gym clothes. Tuesday's theme was 
generation day when each class wore clothes from a differ- 
ent era in time. This year seniors were early 90's, wearing 
overalls with one flap hanging down, scrunched socks, and 
hypercolors. The juniors were 80's and sported hightop 
sneakers, pegged pants, and stonewashed skirts. All the 
sophomores dressed for the 70's. Some wore poofy hair, bell 
bottoms, and platform shoes. The freshmen were blessed 
with the 50's and wore poodle skirts, ruffled socks, and 
saddle shoes On Wednesday, occupation day, students 
dressed as their current or future occupation. Thursday was 
class color day and each class wore their assigned color. 
Keeping with tradition, Friday was school colors day; the 
students dressed in grey, blue and red. After school on 
Friday the gym exploded with school spirit at the Pep Rally. 



Underclassmen are shot down by Amy Balzotti. 



10 $r Spirit Week 




Macho Men; John Platz, Derick Naumann, Jon Ayotte, and Lyon Carter? 
Nope, just some Silver Lake students. 





Kelly Wright and Caitlin Lutton flash their early 90's 
smiles. 



Beth Fowler, Ryan Kuja, Jane Alberti, and Keri Grasso dress for their future careers. 




Members of the marching band raise the roof at the Pep Rally. 



What decade is this again? Katie Kellogg, Melissa Pierce, Melissa 
Bradley, and Melissa Egan seem to be a little confused. 



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The Silver Lake Marching Band plays a song to 
get the crowd going. 





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Josh Peterson tries to escape from a tackle during the upsetting loss against Falmouth. 



Spirit Week was such a blast; 

Better than the ones in the past. 

At the Pep Rally everyone laughed and cheered; 

Shaving Bubba's head was kind of weird. 

After a long week of laughter and fun 

It was time for the team to block and run. 

The moment of truth, could the Lakers take 

charge? 

They saw the Clippers who looked very large. 

Going into the half, the score was 14 to 7; 

The Clippers believed that they were in heaven. 

The halftime show made up for the score; 

It gave the Lakers confidence to give it more. 

The Lakers never scored in the second half but 

The crowd could still cheer and laugh. 




Ted Benner, Tom Chancholo, Adam Simeone, Andy Mason, and Jon Wood try 
to support the Lakers in their own goofy way. 




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12 tV Homecoming Game 



Emily Vroom, 
Danielle Levy, 
Stef Palmacci, 
Katie Rollock, and 
Kathy Caruso 
surround captain 
Stacy McSharry 
before the big 
game. 




Paul Muller, Mike Sanda and Doug Ramsay 
anxiously await a chance to get in for a play. 




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The Silver Lake Cheerleaders prepare to jump into an excellent performance. 




Do you think that this can really float? Senior float members: Peter Zwahlen, Shawna Gillis, 
Lisa Traficante, Chris Le, Jay Donovan, and Courtney Cleary. 





Wishing he were in the game, Dale 
Horseman intensely focuses on each play. 




The Senior Girls get ready to perform their dance for the winning float. 



Melisa Wadsworth holds steady during 
the cheerleaders' half-time show. 

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The royal couple, King J.P Vercollone and 
Queen Meredith Aherne, show off their crowns. 




Jbnbivaknt feelings 



The Homecoming Dance on October 24, 1998, celebrated 
the end of Spirit Week. As the lights were dimmed, the fun 
began. Bubbles floating in the spotlight reflecting our buoy- 
ant spirit. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of 
the king and queen. Making up the royal court were ladies 
Meredith Aherne, Brianne Botto, Shawna Gillis, Jenny 
Killinger, and Lisa Traficante. The guys of the court were Dan 
Aukstikalnis, Doug Govoni, Dale Horsman, J.P. Vercollone 
and Rob Walker. J.P. Vercollone and Meredith Aherne were 
crowned as our king and queen. 

For seniors this evening was one of ambivalent feelings as 
we knew this was our last homecoming as Lakers and that 
next year we would be scattered around the world. 




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Sharing a moment of fun, Becky Albitz, Ryan Hinchy, Kerry Ayer, 
and Christine Rockett will never forget this night. 



Leanne Feleciano and Danielle Levy wouldn't let 
their shoes get in the way of dancing. 



14 *V Homecoming Dance 




The nominees for Homecoming Queen are... Shawna Gillis, Lisa 
Traficante, Jenny Killinger, Meredith Aherne and Brianne Botto. 




Romance and bubbles go together 

as well as Jon Wood and Emily Vroom. 




Quick! Group picture. Tracy Geraghty, Laura Flynn, Kristen 
Baldner, Darcy Ledwell, Karen Ballantine, Meaghan Duff, and 
Melissa Egan show how it's done. 




Doug Govoni, Dan Aukstikalnis, Dale Horsman, Rob Walker, and 
J. P. Vercollone are the studs nominated for Homecoming King. 




Melissa Bradley and Scott O'Neil share a dance at 
heir last Homecoming at Silver Lake. 



How hot are those dances? Henry Holmes, Jen Savilonis, and Derick 
Naumann show their true colors after breaking a sweat. 



Homecoming Dance tV 15 




Russ Monroe, Shawna Gillis, Joe Keefe, Brianne Botto, Dale Horsman, and Kerri 
Whealan are supposed to be concentrating on science not dramatics. 



Pam Lozzi and Jessica Marconi prove that girls do 
excel in computer class. 





Jared Cass, Shawn Chase, Ryan Clarke, and Jeff Do 
line up to discuss The Bean Tree. 



Katie Kellogg and Courtney Cleary discuss layout design in publishing class 

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16 ^V Academics 



Shakespearean actors roam the halls. 



C.J. Small works to complete his art project for the Arts 
Festival. 



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In pre-calculus class, Marcia Nguyen, 
Jenna Ennis, and Ryan Hinchey figure 
they went that'a way! 




Evan Wright is the "Lone Scholar. 




Don't bother Jeff Doyle. He's 
thinking. 




Andre Brown, Wayne Pforr, Peter Zwahlen, and Matt Praetsch are great study 
buddies. 




The wandering minstrels of the new American Identities class took their 
show on the road at Christmas time. 




We think they went that'a way. 



Academics 0* 17 



New Additions 



Teachers and the administration 
continue to improve the traditional 
courses offered while constantly add- 
ing new choices for students. One 
new course this year was American 
Identities, which was taught by a so- 
cial studies teacher, Mr. Swanson, and 
an English teacher, Mr. Rizzitano. This 
course emphasized the varying con- 
tributions of ethnic and racial groups 
which have produced our rich cul- 
tural heritage. The class shared their 
knowledge of holiday celebrations 
before the Christmas vacation by vis- 
iting classrooms with music, readings, 
and costumes representing diverse 
groups. 

Another popular addition was Mr. 
Tavares' Television Production course 
where students filmed and edited vid- 
eotapes, which were aired during 
morning announcements. Other new 
courses were Screen Printing, Com- 
puter Art, Real World Chemistry, In- 
troduction to Banking, and Science, 
Technology and Society. 

These classes have enabled stu- 
dents to rise to new heights. 



Ted Benner tries to concentrates during 
study hall. 




In precalculus class, Jay McPhee, Becky Albitz, and Sarah DeRoche await 
the last hours before Christmas vacation. 




Who's doing all the work in this group? Melissa Egan, Justin Harding, Laureim 
Perry, and John Mather work on physics problems. 




18 iV Academics 



Peek-a-boo! Chris Bradley sneaks a peek as Meagan Long and Michelle 
Crowley talk about what is going on this weekend. 




om Green stretches his biceps before 
:arting his school day. 



Jess Marconi, Emily Bogdanski, Mary Cunningham, and Heather Sites work as a 
group to answer the homework questions. 



I \i 




To change or not to 

change that is the 

question for 

Maureen Brockway 

and Kerry Ayer 

in gym class. 




eth Burke gets ready to take a huge 
xam. 




Jen Rossi, Jacki Waters, and Stacy McSharry work that clay in art class. 

Academics ik 19 




Science 
class is fun 
for these 
sopho- 
mores. 



20 >V Academics 



Glenn Griffin keeps his eyes on the monitor, but Coley Lunt doesn't 
seem to know where to look. 




Sure we're posing 

for this picture. 

Did you think 

we really use 

the library? 

Lisa Traficante 

and Jon Wood 

casually peruse 

the magazines. 




Nicole Forrest and Sarah DeRoche feel a sense 
of accomplishment as they complete their 
projects in sewing class. 



A new addition to gym class this year was swing dancing lessons. 




Will the 
bell ever 
ring? Mike 
Dacey 
waits 
patiently 
for the bell. 



Academics Ht 21 



Jill O'Connell, Tiffany Cregger, and Scott 
Zanstuck work behind the scenes in Culi- 
nary Arts. 




Learning 
With Style 



Mr. Agostini, Scott Melone, Scott Zanstuck, John Nason, Ryan Botto, Jon Gosselinn 
Jade Martin, Tiffany Cregger, Kelly Wright and Jill O'Connell serve the faculty ano 
community in The Lighthouse Restaurant. 



Along with the required academic courses, some stu- 
dents are enrolled in the vocational program. The Voca- 
tional Department provides students with a hands-on 
experience, preparing them for employment after high 
school. Among the departments offered are Auto Me- 
chanics, Auto Body, Metal Fabrication, Carpentry- 
Cabinetmaking, Conservation-Horticulture, Marketing 
and Management, and Culinary Arts. Students involved 
in these programs focus on the shop of their choice. 

Those involved with Automotive Technology Shops 
are prepared for jobs such as auto body painter and auto 
body repairer. Students focused on Metal Fabrication 
can become a sheet metal worker or welder. After 
successfully completing the Carpentry program, those 
students can get jobs in cabinet and furniture making or 
architectural design. The Conservation and Horticulture 
Department offers students the training needed to be- 
come a grower or floral designer. Finally, the Culinary 
Arts students can choose jobs as a chef or a baker. 

This year was an extremely productive year for these 
departments, especially the carpentry students who 
worked on building a house for Habitat for Humanity 
and putting a roof on the school garage. The horticulture 
students attended a National Competition in Kansas 

City Where they WOn many awards. -Beth Johnson &SaraDonahoe 




Christa Gardner, 
Kris Holmes, and 
Josh Ponte work 
on making 
boxwood trees. 




Tom Connolly, Tim Figlioli, Ms. Maliszewski, Melissa Hurney 
Courtney Kenerson, Myles Rollins, Cate DeMullis, Mitch Greet 
and Ryan MacDonald are off to the National Competition ii 
Kansas City. 




22 tV Culinary & Conservation-Horticulture 



FFA President, Mitch Green, displays some of the entries for 
the National Convention where he was a silver medalist. 




Matt D'Alessandro, John Connors, Joe Loud, and Kenny Jones put up the frame for the walls of the second floor. 




Macho men Mike Casey and Henry Holmes think 
they can build the whole house by themselves. 



John Clough, Mike Doyle, Dan Cimorelli, Matt D'Alessandro, 

Ken Jones, Matt Tassinari, Chris LaBelle, and Joe Loud are 

ready for a long work day. Carpentry "wT 



23 




Brian Haen, Andy Baracchini, and Robert DeAngelo follow 
all safety regulations when using the machinery in shop. 





If salt from those icy winter roads has taken a toll on 
your car, then Mike Bullock is the man for the job! 



Steven Wainwright and Jesse Darling work hard to sand off 
all the rust before replacing this bumper. 




Metal Fab seniors, Patrick Hurney, Mike Gauthier, Mike Masscotte, Dan 
Gilcoine, and Justin Brennan get the equipment ready. 



24 ik Metal Fab & Auto Body 



Auto Body seniors, John Hughes, David Rollins, 
Ian Lindvall, Michael Bullock, and Nick Cabral 
relax before work begins. 




fs a dirty job, but somebody has to do it! Justin Davis 
■eplaces the brakes on this car. 



Jason O'Doherty 
knows what to do 
to fix the problem. 




Mr. Lunny tries to 
keep the appoint- 
ments on schedule 
and the students 
on task. 




Auto Mechanics seniors, Morgan Lanagan, Joe Pilling, Justin 
Davis, and Pat McSweeney, wonder which car will be their 
project for the period. 




Brian Tower and Nick Shanahan give this engine a 
tune-up. 




Jason Curran, Joe Teixeira, and Matt Hayden confer before 
tackling this problem. 

Auto Mechanics & 25 




Richard DeAngelo, Jeff Gettemy, & Becky Hammond were 
winners of the Christmas drawing. 





Kim Ireland, Laura Fogarty, Carrie Mannai & Jason 
Lydon wait on the lunch crowd. 



No wonder enrollment increased in this class. Mrs. McSweeney 
treats her students right. Faye Churchill, Shannon Fahey, and 
Tyler Shea (standing) and Jeff Gettemy, Becky Hammond, John 
Monaghan, Richard DeAngelo, Kim Ireland, Carrie Mannai and 
Nick Parks (seated) enjoy sharing their class projects. 




An Association of Marketing Students 




Customers wait their turn to make selections in the 
store. 



Mrs. McSweeney and the DECA crew are all ready for business. 
From Right: Kim Ireland, Laura Fogarty, Jeff Gettemy, Tyler 
Shea, Colin Fahey, and Jason Lydon 



26 tV Marketing and Management 





Jamie Ferreira and Ben Teich enjoy an informal party. 



May I 
Help You? 



Marketing and Management provides students with excellent business expe- 
rience. Not only do students receive instruction in class, but they have practical 
experience in running The Laker Trading Post. Mrs. McSweeney, the new 
instructor for this program, has helped students remodel, restock, and revitalized 
the store. Before the first bell rings for homeroom every morning and during C- 
block lunches, these students serve students with a smile while selling food, 
clothing, school supplies, and gifts. 






Peer Mediation. Top: Julia Porter, Robby Byrne, Jess Farina, Jana 
Whiting, Pat Flight. Middle: Ben Spencer, Glenn Griffin, Jane 
Conboy, Amy Festa, Meaghan Duff, Jessica Warzybok, Greg Staples. 
Front: Shara Murphy, Devon Govoni, Liz Conway, Kate DelTufo, 
Meredith Aherne. 



Peer Counselors. Top: C. Lunt, J. Conboy, A. Festa, J. Walter, 
M. Crowley. Middle: G. Griffin, J. Donnelly, T. Ubertis, C. Davis, 
J. Warzybok, G. Staples. First N. Gainey, M. Duff, L. Flynn, A. Foss, 
S. Heffner, L. Newton. 

Peer Counseling & Peer Mediation ik 27 




Mister Matt 
and Becky 
try to wait 
patiently for 
Christmas to 



Why is Ryan smiling? He's only a junior! John Mather, Justin 
Brennan, Ryan Blair, and Tom Healy were part of the 1987 pre- 
school class. 




Taking a break. Miss Jacqueline, Miss Laura, and Miss Jackie have 
fun with Janelle, Brittany, Becky, Dan, Leah, Shannon, and Dan. 




GAP. Taking time to volunteer at Evanswood are Kristin 
Phillips, Katie Wernick, Tricia Gaul, Jessica Burke, Phil 
Lotterhand, Courtney Flood, Maureen Jones, Liz Beck, 
and Bethany Driscoll. 

28 ft Preschool & GAP 




Trick or Treat! Miss Barbara and Melissa 
Prebensen are dressed for the Halloween party. 



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ciKizdUdKS 




Many Hands 

Make Light 

Work 

Key Club is a nationwide 
school and community service 
organization. Developing initia- 
tive and leadership, as well as 
promoting the Golden Rule, are 
among the objects of Key Club 
International. Each year, Key 
Club International mandates a 
theme for the year, so the clubs 
can focus their efforts in that area. 
This year's theme was, "Team- 
ing Up To Create Champions." 
This theme lent itself to service 
projects where the Key Club 
worked with other clubs and or- 
ganizations to help children. 

The Key Club at Silver Lake 
consists of over 100 members. 
The Silver Lake Key Club works 
hard to raise funds for the 
Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Insti- 
tute and Iodine Deficiency Dis- 
order through Bowl-a-thons, 
Rock-a-thons, car washes, penny 
drives, and Data-Matches. The 
members of the Key Club are 
proud of their accomplishments. 
Unfortunately, the Silver Lake 
Key Club has to say good-bye to 
several dedicated members from 
the Class of 1999. These indi- 
viduals truly exemplified the Key 
Club motto, "Caring...Our Way 

Of Life." -Beth Johnson 





Renaissance duo, lackie Hebert and Brian Kelly, really got into the spirit of Halloween in their original, 
costumes of the Shakespearean era. 




Liz Winn carefully paints faces in "Santa's Village" for the Annual Faculty Christmas Party. 



The 1998-1999 members of 
the Silver Lake Key Club 
with advisor, Mrs. Curtis. 



30 l£ Key Club 





^ey Clubbers take a break before the Annual Faculty 
Christmas Party to admire their decorations. 



"■ 




What is it about Key Club that you 
enjoy the most? 

"Community Service" 

-Melissa Kelly 
"Helping others" 

—Elizabeth Martin 
"Having fun and knowing it is for a good cause." 

—Jen Scherber 
"The people and the feeling you've done something 
to make some people's lives just a little bit better." 

—Chris Davis 




After a weekend of no sleep at Convention, 
Stephanie Wallgren, Kristina Scherber, and 
Beth Johnson are still all smiles. 



Greg Staples, Kristen Connor, and Emily Taranto-Kent hard at work at the MDA 
Labor Day Telethon. 





Key Clubbers put their Best Foot Forward to raise money for IDD at the 
Bowl-a-thon. 



Erin Duff gets into the music and dances with the kids at 
the Halifax Kiwanis Halloween Party. 



Key Club ft 31 



The Renaissance Society is a club 
that has been working to better our 
school and support the national Re- 
naissance Program which has been in 
existence for ten years. This club is 
open to all students and welcomes their 
ideas and creativity. Under the leader- 
ship of President Meaghan Duff, the 
five member board, and the advisors, 
Dr. McEwan and Mr. Gallagher, the 
club is working on many projects and 
advancements for the school, such as 
discounts from local businesses for stu- 
dents who receive honor roll and per- 
fect attendance. The Society also hosts 
a series of honor roll breakfasts which 
recognize the accomplishments of these 
students. Other Renaissance awards 
are a rally and the Evening of Excel- 
lence. A brag wall, maintained by the 
Society, displays newspaper articles 
about outstanding students. This year 
the Renaissance Society journeyed to 
Washington, D.C., to attend a conven- 
tion for exchange of ideas between 
schools. The Renaissance Society is 
planning to have a local convention 
called N.E. A.R.S. with schools from the 
New England area. 



Committed to 
Excellence 




Renaissance Society. Back: 
Josh Hebert, Caitlin Dee, 
Jackie Clapp, Jen Bunton, 
Beth Johnson, Krishna 
Scherber, Matt Gage, Kristin 
Larvey, Laura Newton, and 
Chris Davis. Middle: Dr. 
McEwan, Nichole Masciulli, 
Sarah Winn, Melanie 
Bennett, Melissa Kelly, Brian 
Kelly, Justin Pilotte, Jon 
Wolter, and Greg Staples. 
Front: Nichole Tarzia, Jen 
Start, Sam Stevens, Meaghan 
Duff, Erin Duff, Caitlyn 
Bosecker, Sara McKinnon, 
Nichole Files-Thompson, and 
Alicia Collins. 



32 iV Renaissance 



"You've come a long way, baby!" Jen Start and Nicole 
Tarzia made the long trip to D.C. this summer. 





We don't 
usually 
dress alike 
but the 
shirts were 
free. " 
r. and Mrs. 
McEwan 
enjoy 
themselves 
at the D.C. 
onference. 



The gang from Silver Lake demonstrate their 
school pride as they enjoy their time out of school. 




What a lucky guy! Dr. McEwan enjoys the company 
of Erin Duff, Sam Stevens, Meaghan Duff, Jen Start, 
Nichole Tarzia, and Caitlyn Bosecker 










BestBuddies. Back: Kelly Right, Katie Warnock, Jeff Buckus, Timothy 
JBlackwell.andMs.Gazzola. Middle: Adam Ellis, Karen Ballantine, Darcy 
Ledwell, Jon Wolter, and Tiffany Cregger. 

Front: Kristin Philips, Andy Sanderson, Tammy Uburtis, Cheryl Loiselle, 
Jackie McCarey, Amy McQuiggan, Melissa Egan, Cassie Cronin, and 
Leanne Ricco. 



WorldAwareness. Back: KelseyRhue,ShaunaHarty, 
Christine Rockett, Brian Kelly, andjosh Fanning. Front: Mrs. 
Rohr, KaitlynRhue, Kerry Ayer, Becky Albitz, RyanHinchey, 
and Sara Haddock. 

Best Buddies & World Awareness i& 33 



Setting the Example 

Student Council gives students a voice and a say in how the 
school is run. Officers are Mera Aherne, president; Jay Donovan, 
vice president; Kristen Hockney, treasurer; Greg Croteau, pub- 
lic relations and Kathy Carusso, secretary. Student Council is 
advised by Mr. Pina who gives suggestions as to upcoming 
events. Student Council sponsored the Homecoming dance, the 
May blood drive, March Carnival Week and many other fund- 
raisers. This year, Student Council's style and spirit won them 
the opportunity to proudly host the annual spring SEMASC 
convention here at Silver Lake. All members of Student Council 
are recognized for their leadership, vision, dedication and hard 
work. 



































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The Executive Board. 

Kathy Carusso, 
Kristen Hockney, 
Mera Aherne, 
Greg Croteau, and 
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Student Council. Senior members include Doug Govoni, Frank Lemanski, John 
Fanning, Rob Walker, Darcy Ledwell, Emily Miller, Ben Teich, Ryan Hinchey, 
Ewa Nowicki, Mera Aherne, Katie Kellogg, Kristen Hockney, Amy Balzotti, 
Emily Bogdanski, Brian Kelly, Jay Donovan, Dale Horsman, Dan Aukstikalnis, 
Greg Croteau, and Mike Dacey. 

34 iV Student Council 



Erin Costello and Nicole Tarzia sell 
handmade craft items for Habitat for j; 
Humanity at the Honors Society craft 
fair. 




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Jill Donnelly and Greg Staples work as a team to prepare for the 
craft fair. 








National Honors Society Advisor 
Mr. Bloomquist holds the pig 
who is ready to receive his kiss 
in the Kiss the Pig contest which 
raised money for Christmas 

ational Honor Society. First: Nicole Tarzia, Mr. Bloomquist, Amy McQuiggan, Melissa Egan, Jill charities. 

ivandoski, Alison Swinhart, Erin Duff, Emily Taranto-Kent, Pam Bloomquist, Dan Orcutt. Second: 

luren Perry, Meagan McCoy, Jill Donnelly, Kim Duclos, Kate Miller, Mary Cunningham, Kristen 

ackney, Cheryl Heefner, Dan Aukstikalnis, Loraine Touchette. Third: Mariah Jennings-Ramsey, 

rah Haddock, Shawna Hardy, Ewa Nowicki, Kaitlyn Rhue, Chris Tura, Greg Staples, Lisa Wolk, 

udra Lissell, Jen Lane. Fourth: Ryan Hinchey, Becky Albitz, Kerry Ayer, Mera Aherne, Mary-Beth 

ennan, Kendra Sheehan, Jackie Rockett, Peter Zwahlen. Fifth: Brian Kelly, Dan Gallagher, Michelle 

■owley, Greg Croteau, Ben Spencer, Mike Dacey, and TomRicketts. ,. 

National Honor Society 1X 35 




Outdoors Club. Top: Grant Hopkins, Jeff Curtis, Dave 
Manning. Bottom: Kevin Donovan, Jason Demarza and Dan 
Cardinal 





If the newspaper doesn't sell, you can always use it for a hat. 
Of course, these must be The Boston Globe, not The Laker 
Legend. 



Taking care of business, Jen Morris sells first editions of 
students' work. 



Silver Spectrum. Top: Caitlin Noddin, Caitlin McGrath, 
Mariah Jennings-Rampsi, Katie McAndrews. Bottom: Tim 
Reid, Jen Morris, Meaghan McAuliffe and Becky George 



The Laker Legend. Top: Pat Bugbee, Jesse Hagen, Katie Sullivan, 
Jessica Farina, Audra Lissell, Brian Samuel, Dan Orcutt, Jessica Hart, 
Ryan Collins. Middle: Jim Foley, Michelle Murphy, Erin McWilliams j 
Lyon Carter, Nancy Hawgstad, Meghan Chiampa, Jay Donovan. 
Bottom: Kate DelTufo, Danielle Doherty, Amanda Kelly, Liz Conwaj 
Josh Fanning, Pat Roos and Nick Merritt 



36 T& Outdoors Club, Silver Spectrum, & Laker Legend 




News That Can't Lose 

How does a busy school like ours stay informed? 
People hear news by word of mouth, but for a 
more reliable source, buy a copy of The Laker 
Legend. The school newspaper is written and 
published each month by the journalism classes. 
After lots of hard work, reporters are proud to sell 
the newspaper to students, faculty, and local stores. 

The major purpose of the group is to learn about 
journalism while getting information to the stu- 
dent body. The officers are Ryan Collins (editor), 
Jim Foley (photographer), Erin McWilliams (lay- 
out manager), and Mr. Turley (advisor). 

Outstanding students in the class are Ryan 
Collins and Audra Lissell who also writes for the 
Kingston Mariner on the side. 

The staff looks forward to the upcoming fund- 
raising volleyball tournament in the spring and, of 
course, many more issues of The Laker Legend. 

-Lisa Wright 



Speech & Debate Team. Top: Jason Orcutt, Mike 
Nekorchuk, Ryan Martin, Dan Orcutt. Bottom: Kevin 
Donovan, Jen Richardson, Rachel Schultz, Georgia Young, 
(en Morris, Jackie Hebert and Amanda Zadorian. 



Envirothon Team. Mitch Green, Meaghan McAuliffe, 
Robert Parker, Shawna Harty and Sarah Haddock. 



Speech-Debate & Envirothon iV 37 




Latin clubbers feast at the Roman Banquet. 



Projects, projects, 

and more projects. 

The art students in 

Mrs. Maniscalco's 

Art Club keep 

busy with their 

sculpting and 

painting. 



Kevin Bloomquist, 
Lisa Wolk, 
Josh Vaughan, and 
Gretchen 

Snoeyenbos display 
the tools of their 
trade at the eighth 
grade open house. 



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Personal Bests 

With senior captains Tom Ricketts and Hi 
John Gage, the Math Team received third 1 
and fourth place in competitions. The main 1 
goal of the team is to learn more about math 
and to have fun competing against other i 
high schools. All the members have had 
personal accomplishments this year, and: 
every member worked hard to do their veryi 
best in the field of mathematics. 




Math Club. Top: Josh West, Ryan Clarke, Brett Bouley, 
Andy West, Jim Harrison, Jeff Archer. Middle: Tom Ricketts, 
Max Schaffer, Lisa Wolk, Jeff Churchill, and Mr. Bloomquist. 
Front: John Gage, Emily Sun Miller, Caitlin Bosecker, and 
Kevin Bloomquist. 

38 ik Math Team & Latin Club 




Latin Club. Seniors: Sarah Metcalf, Brian Kelly, Dan Orcutt, 
Dominque Maribett, Kate Miller, Lisa Venezia, Ewa NowickiJ 
Jenna Ennis, Katie Newton, and Brett Bouley. 




imate Frisbee. Top: Jacob Bourke, John McAdams, 

ve Gordon, Greg Staples, and Greg Pelletier. 

torn: Bob Torrey, Ryan Martin, and Mike Nekorchuk 



Art Club. Top: Meghan McAuliffe, and Devin Good. Middle: 
Gina-Marie Doten, and Mrs. Maniscalco. Bottom: Nichole 
Masculli, Kate McAndrews, and Jim Sylvia. 

Art Club & Frisbee Club & 39 





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Sara Ostrander, Natalie Craig, Sara Stenerson, Noah Ingle, Adam 
Manoogian, and Melanie Bennett take a much needed brake in between 
practice. 




Mr. Beaulieu conducts 
his class like Keith 
Lockhart. 



Colleen Bright, 

Amy McRae, 

Meghan Mullaney, 

and Kerry McRae 

add pageantry to the 

homecoming game 

halftime show. 





The Concert Band delivers a one of a kind performance. 



Natalie Young and Jackie White show their grace while performing. 



40 iV Concert Band 








Amy McRae handles the flag with ease and finesse. 




Vinter Guard. Back: Vanessa Martin, Jenn Rogers, Rhys 
ngalls, Adam Campbell, Ryan Martin, Justin Cole and Trever 
imith. Middle: Jenny Manzelli, Andrea Fogarty, Meghan 
»4ullaney, Natalie Young, Lisa Delong, Nikki Forrest, Kerry 
4cRae, Jackie White, Laura Fogarty, and Beth Robison. 
; ront: Jessica Whiting, Erin Duff, Nicole Files-Thompson, 
ason Lydon, Sheena Bezanson, Colleen Bright, Amy McRae, 
'atrick Provonche and Erin Connors. 



Jazz Band. Front: Sarah Metcalf, Patrick Provonche, Kevin 
Bloomquist, Lisa Wolk, Sarah Winn, Jesse Boule, and Eric 
Trussel. Middle: Emily Dunlop, Lisa Zanolli, Kevin Wallack, 
John Barrow, Chris Hickey, Nicole Bellrose, Jim Davis, Bill 
Morris, Back: Jon Bryant, Mike Masscotte, Mike Skillings, 
Teddy Wyman, and Bryson Dussault. 

Winter Guard & Jazz Band ik 41 



Let Us Entertain You 



The Jazz Choir is a choral group made up of students who 
sing jazz and popular music. To become a member of this 
choir, you must audition and be selected by the director Miss 
DePasqua. John Mather and Pam Torrey are the student 
directors who often lead the choir at performances and re- 
hearsals. 

This year the choir did Christmas caroling, sang in Scituate, 
and held a concert at the Kingston Elementary School at a 
breakfast with Santa. One highlight of the year was the 
Christmas concert at the high school where all the choirs, plus 
a faculty choir, sang to an overflow crowd. -sheiia Holmes 





The Jazz Choir performs at the faculty Christmas party.* 



The Select Choir stays on key without piano accompaniment. 



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Jazz Choir. Top: Pam Torre, Amanda Zadorian, Greg 
Staples, John Mather. Second: Justin Pilotte, Chris Davis, 
Tori Norton, Jen Cormier. Third: Theresa Mattson, 
Meredith Aherne, and Andreah Brown. 



42 ■& Women's, Select, & Jazz Choirs 



Women's Choir. Back: Ewa Nowicki, Sarah Haddock, Shawna 
Harty, Callie Rowe, Lisa Venezia, Georgia Young, Torey Norton, 
Jackie Hebert, Ms. Kelley DePasqua, Director. Front: Katherine 
Robinson, Andreah Brown, Jen Cormier, Kelley Molloy, Heather 
Kelley, Amanda Zadorian, Laura Dunsford, and Pam Torrey. 




& 







Trever Smith, Pam Bloomquist, Adam Manoogian, Nicole Forrest, 
Amy McRae, and Joe Allen put on a great show for the crowd. 



Pam Bloomquist, Trever Smith, Keith Metcalf, 

Rhyles Ingles, Matt Donnelly, Jen Start, Adam 

Manoogian, and Nicole Forrest keep our 

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zz Band and Color Guard. Back: A. Campbell, K. Nelson, N. Forrest, T. Smith, 
Ingalls, R. Martin, E. Martin, and K. Bloomquist. Third: C. Allen, J. Cole, P. 

Jlespie, S. Metcalf, M. Donnelly, K. Metcalf, and J. Allen. Second: D. Grigas, M. 

isdick, K. Wallack, D. Uburtis, J. Vaughan, P. Provonchi, C. Tura, A. Manoogian, and 

Bosari. Front: J. Manzelli, A. Fogarty, N. Young, M. Mullaney, L. DeLong, C. Bright, 
McRae, J. White, K. McRae, and V. Martin. 




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Marching Band l^V 43 




Chris Davis explains the 
play to walk-on Brian Kelly 
in "An Actor's Night- 



The cast of all three plays and the Improv troupes take one last bow. 







Jen Cormier takes direction over the rest of the cast which includes Chris Davis, Ewa Nowicki, 
Josh Fanning, and Pam Torrey. 



The Drama Club. Top: Brian Kelly, Kevin 
Labreque, Daniel Orcutt, Alex Paiva, 
Melanie Orcutt, Sarah Stennerson, Kelly 
Bardon, Tom Beneduci, Bob Torrey. 
Third: Mariah Jennings - Rampsi, Kim 
Sullivan, Amanda McEvoy, Callie 
Rowe,Kaitlyn Harper, Erin Lutton, Ashley 
Collins, Dan Chase, Charlotte Putney, Dane 
Greigas, Mary-Anne Mestra 
Second: Ryan Martin, Justin Pillotte, 
Merideth Ahern, Amanda Kelly, Ewa 
Nowicki, Ryan Hinchey, Jackie Hebert, 
Amanda Zadorian, Chris Davis. 
First: Chad Kelble, Katherine Robinson, Jeff 
Churchill, Theresa Mattson, Jen Richardson, 
Tori Norton, Jen Cormier, Pam Torrey, 
Aimee Lee Goldstein. 
Floor: Kate McAndrews, Josh Fanning, 
Georgia Young 



44 l2f Drama Club 





Comedy Tonight 



The Drama Club, under the direction of Ms. Boucher, once 
again turned out an outstanding performance. "Comedy To- 
night," their fall performance, took place on November 5, in the 
main cafeteria. It was a simple evening, but one of many laughs. 
The night consisted of three one-act plays. In "So Nice Not to See 
You" a writer escapes to the Caribbean but unexpected house 
guests follow. In "An Actor's Nightmare," a man walks into a 
play about which he knows nothing. "Variations on the Death of 
Trotsky," a man and his wife look at an encyclopedia from the 
future examining several variations of his death. 

"Comedy Tonight" didn't offer many possible casting spots, so 
Ms. Boucher's Improv Troupes performed short skits between the 
plays, providing half the laughs of the night. 

In November, preparation for the musical "Into the Woods" 
began. This compilation of fairy tales will be performed in the 
spring. Ms. Boucher, Ms. DePasqua, and Mr. Shattuck will 
collaborate on this production. Aiex Paiva 




Jackie Hebert and Justin 
Pilotte review his death in 
"Variations on the Death 
of Trotsky." 



Sure or Unsure? Amanda Zadorian throws up 
her hands in the production of "Anything Goes 




Headed for the silver screen are Jackie Hebert, 
Amanda Kelly, and Ewa Nowicki. 



Pam Torrey, Kristin Connor, Erin Lutton, Marianne Metzger, 
Andrea Brown, and Josh Fanning prepare for their big show. 



Drama Club ik 45 




Senior Video. Heather Sites, Amy Balzotti, Emily Bogdanski, Jill 
Donnelly, Alison Swinhart, Jay Donovan, Leanne Feliciano, 
Samantha Beaton, Mary Cunningham, Lisa Traficante, Shawna 
Gillis, Cassie Cronin, Greg Croteau, Jacki Waters, and Meredith 
Aherne 





Library Aides: Sarah Winn, Holly Daly, and Zack Gil ; 



Morning Announcements: Adam Campbell, Amanda 
Zadoria, Holly Daly, Ryan Martin, Mike Skillings, and 
Georgia Young 




Georgia Young and Ryan Martin set up for the daily routine in the 
television studio. 




46 "& Senior Video & Library Aides 



Take It to the Slopes 

If skiing is your forte or if it is something that you show an 
iterest in, the Ski Club is the place to be. Since there are no officers, 
ecisions for ski trips and activities are made as a group. This gives 
ich individual the chance to present his or her own specific ideas. 

The major purpose or objective of the Ski Club is to change high- 
riced trips to the mountains into amusing, affordable events. This 
beneficial to students who may not otherwise have the chance to 
3 skiing. -Shawn chase 





Ski Club. Top: Ken Donovan, Jay Demarzo, Russ Tyler, Chris Le, 
Dan Richloff, Dan Helton, Nate Burke, Scott O'Neil, John Fanning, 
md Mike Solimini. Middle: Brian Haggerty, Dan Cardinal, and 
Steve Armstrong. Bottom: Matt Foster, John Bryant, Lauren 
Benedcci, Mrs. Shultz, Mariah Jennings-Rampsi, and Sarah Had- 
dock. 



Mr. Tavares watches over the crew as Adam 
Campbell and Mike Skillings work the board. 




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manda Zadorian joins co-anchors 
i the couch to help in the prepara- 




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Holly Daly takes a seat to make the group of anchors complete. 



Ski Club & Morning Announcements ik 47 




Jen Start completes passes for student appointments with 
their VP. 




Joe Cuddy 
collects and 
staples the 
attendance lists. 




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Guidance Aides : Top: Nikia Lee, Nicole Jordan, Adam Oteri, Sarah Meserve, 
Jill DiBona, Lauren Ratta. Bottom: Russ Greenleaf, Jen McCabe, Cailin 
Sullivan, Tiffany Cregger Jen Sullivan, Sarah DeRoche 



48 iV Guidance Aides & Coke Men 




The Coke Men: Nick Muylle, Ted Benner, Chris Goul 
Sean Williams and Adam DelRosso. 




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Torey Norton alphabetizes the papers for the 
secretary before she files them. 



pbecca Winfrey takes a message as April Tassinari continues her 
perwork. 




"Good Morning 
Silver Lake": 
Leanne Riccio 
uses her most 
professional 
manner when 
she answers the 
phone. 




fice Aides. Top: Leanne Feliciano, Kelly King, Kim Turpin, Erin Devine, 
an Libby,Chris Shanahan, Adam Corven, Clayton Bricknell, Patrick Riley 
idle: Leanne Riccio, Danielle St.George , Torrey Norton, Lorraine 
Jchette,Stephanie Wallgren, Brian Ferriera, Stephanie Wallgren. Bottom: 
:ole Tarzia, Jen Start, Bethany Eckland, Heather O'Connell, Sheila Holmes, 
lan 




Attendance Aides: Top: Dawn Morris, Wally Farrell, Brianna 
Antle, Malia Dinunno, Lenai Reynolds, Rebecca Winfrey, 
Michelle Bachelor, Jen Cormier. Bottom: April Tassinari, 
Jessica Lanzoni, Amy Lauzon, Catie Rollock, Crystal Ianucci, 
Kristen Harrison. 

Attendance & Main Office Aides iV 49 




Looks Like. . . 



I would like to thank Ms. Goldberg and Mrs. McSweeney for putting 
up with everybody during this long trip of putting the yearbook to 
gether. This project was a lot harder than anyone thought it would be 
especially me. Without the help of the yearbook crew and the class 
everyone would have been pulling their hair out. 

This adventure was one I will never forget. I know as a class we hav 
"Saved the Best for Last." This yearbook has compiled many memorie 
and good times. Good luck to the Class of '99. I wish you all luck h 
whatever you do! Enjoy the yearbook with a smile! 
Best of Luck, 
Amy McQuiggan, coeditor 





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Coeditors Amy McQuiggan and Melissa Egan take a 
dinner break after a long day of yearbook. 



Ms. Goldberg shows her yearbook girls, Courtney Cleary, 
Darcy Ledwell, Katie Zaval, and Karen Ballantine, just 
how it is done. 




"How do we do this?" Shawn Chase, Jen Rossi, Kerri Whealan, 
Shawna Gillis, and Amanda MacPhelemy are cropping with style. 



Jacki Waters works hard picking out pictures anc 
writing captions. 



50 1Y Yearbook 



We Made It! 



After months of never-ending work, the Torch has finally been 
completed. I will never forget the stress and tension that always came 
j at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday afternoons. Everyone worked extremely hard 
'to make sure the senior class would have the yearbook before gradua- 
tion day. Without the capable yearbook staff, along with Amy, Mrs. 
McSweeney and Ms. Goldberg, the yearbook would never have been 
completed. 

Success to all in the Class of '99. 1 hope you enjoy your yearbook for 
years to come. 

Melissa Egan, coeditor 





hires, pictures, whose got the pictures? Shanna Deegan, 
istin Jones, Jertni Jones, Lisa Wright, Sheila Holmes, and 
cole Vickery sort through the loads of pictures. 



Shawna Gillis and Melissa Bradley contemplate blackmail 
before making their final selection of pictures for the cross 
country page. 





"What are you going to contribute to the yearbook?" Mrs. 
McSweeney tries to get Ryan Hinchey and Becky Albitz on task. 



.auren Perry is mesmerized by the glow of the 
omputer screen. 



Yearbook ik 51 





Josh Peterson and Billy Palma get in position to 
make the tackle. 



Dan Aukstikalnis goes for a one arm take down on the opposing 
player. 




The 1998 J.V. and Varsity football squad with seniors Steve Armstrong, Dan Aukstikalnis, Mike Casey, Jared Cass, Andy Fos 
Dan Gilcoine, Dale Horsman, John Hughes, Matt Jeffery, Coley Lunt, Ray Lynch, Bill Palma, Matt Praetsch, Rob Walker, Josh 
Peterson, Evan Wright, Justin Harding, and Josh Place. 



52 ik Football 







ivan Wright dives for a solo tackle. 



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Insurmountable 
Odds 

Despite a 2-8 season, the team never quit 
against tough teams such as Barnstable 
and Rockland. Even with the loss of Dale 
Horsman in the game against Falmouth, 
the team never hung up the pads until the 
last game of the season. Senior Billy Palma 
was voted M.V.P. and League All-Star, 
and senior Dale Horsman was voted 
Sportsman of the Year. The team had an 
exciting year, and the 1 8 seniors will never 
forget the past four years. 






Ray Lynch and Rob Walker keep their eyes fixed on the opposing quarter back. 



Matt 

Jeffery 

takes a 

flying 

leap to 

take 

down a 

Clipper. 




After a spectacular reception, Billy Palma 
sets his sights on a touchdown. 



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Scott Horton contemplates his next move against the Barnstable defense. 



Ian Duggan looks for an open teammate to pasi 
on the ball. 




Frank Krueger keeps the oncoming opponent from the net. 



WHHHS 

Joe Zugale attacks a defender and tries to get 1 
ball away. 



Back: Dan Cardinal, Luke 
Vercollone, Josh Harbinson, 
Nick Ryan, Joe Zugale, Brian 
Roche, Ian Duggan, Eric Danner, 
Manager Carlos Medina, and 
Coach Johnson 

Middle: Ben Spencer, Matt Stone, 
Frank Krueger, Glenn Griffin, 
Paul Sullivan, John Flynn, Adam 
Simeone, and Mike Piche 
Front: Jon Wood, Matt Long, 
Tom Healy, Scott Horton, Mike 
Dacey, John Fanning, Mike 
Tolman, Ben Teich, Scott O'Neil, 
and JP Vercollone 

54 ^-V Boys' Soccer 





in Roche and Luke Vercollone run up field waiting for a pass. 




Vercollone makes a swift move past an opponent into open space. 





Mike Tolman heads 

the ball down the 

field to Scott Horton. 

Luke Vercollone rushes 
toward the opponent's goal. 



Champions Once 
Again 

The Boys' Varsity Soccer Team was once 
again OCL Champs and came out of the 
regular season with a record of 13-1-2. 
They made it to the state tournament, but 
in the single elimination they lost to the 
fourth ranked team in the country, 
Marshfield. After the loss, Silver Lake was 
out of the tournament and the season was 
over. Overall the team came out with a 
record of 15-3-2 and was ranked for the 
season by the Boston Globe as the number 
two team in the state. 

Seniors this year included: Ben Spencer, 
Jon Wood, Matt Long, Tom Healy, Scott 
Horton, Mike Dacey, John Fanning, Mike 
Tolman, Ben Teich, Scott O'Neil, and J.P. 
Vercollone. The selected All-Stars were 
Scott Horton, J.P. Vercollone, Mike Dacey, 
Scott O'Neil, and Mike Tolman. 
-Erin Ruprecht 




Boys' Soccer t-Y 55 




Renee Gaudette charges after the ball in the game against Barnstable. Who's number one? We're NUMBER ONE! 





Pam Lozzi, a.k.a. Lozzdog, guards her 

p 0St Whoever said we didn't have fun? The Girls' Soccer Team always has a good 



time. 



56 "& Girls' Soccer 



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Going, Going, Gone! 

Coach Ashby loses his hair. 

The Girls' Soccer Team had a terrific year. Captains 
: or the team were Meredith Aherne, Kristen Hockney, 
ind Kim Shepherd. According to Coach Ashby, the 
biggest reason the Silver Lake team surpassed other 
reams was that the girls were close as a group. Coach 
\shby told the girls that if they won the OCL champi- 
onship then he would let the senior captains shave his 
head. Well, the girls won the championship. The three 
Captains shaved his head at the Pep Rally to the cheers | 
if the entire student body 





lun, Shawna, run! Shawna Gillis runs to rescue the 
all from her opponents. 







Get out of hair!! 




Senior captain Kristen Hockney challenges Barnstable with 
ler great agility and speed. 



Here we go, Shep! Kim Shepherd is high fived by her team. 

Girls' Soccer iV 57 




"Everybody's laughing, Sunshine Day; 
Everybody's singing, Sunshine Day!" Liz Provost, 
Jayne Conboy, Tracy Pleau and the rest of the 
team do their best Brady Bunch impression." 




The two seniors on the team , Emily Miller and 
Captain Katie Kellogg share a smile with Coach 
Lopes after winning their last home game. 




A Return To The Tourney 

This season the Girls' Field Hockey Team achieved many of 
their goals. The team reached such highs as qualifying for the 
State Tournament and beating Bridgewater-Raynham for the 
first time in over a decade. It took a lot of hard work and talent 
to overcome last year's losing record. With the help of coaches, 
Marlene Lopes and Evan Fitzwilliam, the two seniors, Emily 
Miller and Captain Katie Kellogg, the returning team and the 
new talent, the team came back stronger than ever and ready to 
take control. The Lakers finished their season in third place in 
the Old Colony League. The team had a terrific season and a 
great time along the way. Congratulations and good luck in the 

future! -Katie Kellogg 



Lindsay VanGulden races towards goal and leaves her opponents in the 
dust! 




"Let's get ready to rumble" 
Captain Katie Kellogg intimi- 
dates her opponents! 



" Get past me, ha I'd like to 
see you try!" Goalie Leslie 
Kilnapp shows her tough- 
ness. 



58 .V Field Hockey 





198 Varsity Field Hockey Team : Back row: Coach Lopes, Courtney Costa, 
■?phanie Godfrey, Mindy Quigley, Liz Provost, Alison Riccio, Joanne Reed, Jayne 
onboy, Lindsay VanGulden, Janet Veracka, Adrien Snow, Sara Stenerson, Coach 
E:zwilliam, Front row: Jessica Cullivan, Meaghan Lynch, Emily Miller, Leslie 
Flnapp, Captain Katie Kellogg, Beth Fowler, Tracy Pleau. 



Junior Beth Fowler sets up for a long 
drive! 




Sophomore Adrien Snow is 
down and ready for anything 
that may come her way! 




Hey, Stef, this isn't golf! Stephanie 
y^s^ Godfrey takes a swing at the ball! 



"I don't think so, that ball is mine!" 
Meaghan Lynch makes sure she is 
the first to the ball. 



Field Hockey -ft 59 



Pilgrim Conference Winners 

"We are the champions," they shouted, as the Silver Lake 
volleyball players captured their second consecutive Pilgrim 
Conference Division 2 Championship. The team qualified for the 
state tournament with an 11-9 record and won its first ever post- 
season game over Fontbonne to make it to the first round of the 
tournament. Earlier in the season, the girls celebrated the team's 
long-awaited victory over Taunton, marking the first defeat of the 
Tigers on their own court by the Lakers. -Audra usseu. 




Meghan McCoy is "doin' da butt.' 
WORK IT GIRL!!! 




The Red Sea of Lady Lakers parts in the wake of 
Danielle Canny. 



Niclole Blair crouches ready for action as 
Lauren Perry looks on, while Danielle Canny 
serves it up. 

60 ik Girls' Volleyball 




ack: Lauren Perry, Danielle Canny, Katie Bobo, Tracy Geraghty, A » phat set „ enables LaU ren Perry to go in for the kill. 

Melissa Dion, Coach Turley Front: Jackie Gillis, Kerry Whalen, Audra 
issell, Meghan McCoy, Eileen Elliot, and Nicole Blair. Missing: Lisa 
'enezia 




"I'm too sexy." Senior girls strike a pose. 




"Let your 
body go 
with the 
flow." 
Nicole Blair 
spikes the 
ball to- 
wards the 
opponent. 




Team captains Meghan McCoy and Audra Lissell 
led their team to the Pilgrim Conference title. 



"Are you inspired yet?" 

Coach Turley wonders 

why his team is so good. 




Girls' Volleyball v? 61 



Over the River and 
Through the Woods 

Imagine running three miles through woods, ditches, mud, 
rocks, and up and down hills for fun. That's what you call 
stamina and determination; that's what you call cross-coun- 
try. Coach Darche led two very strong cross-country teams 
this year ending with a 3-4-0 record for the girls' and a 4-3-0 
record for the boys' team. This year Coach was building a 
solid team out of some young runners. The Cross-Country 
Team was made up of many underclassmen who were trying 
to break through and prove that they were worthy opponents 
and a significant number of them earned their varsity letter 
and placed high at several meets. ~shawna ams 




Mr. Darche's finest group of young athletes. 




Katie Lane takes short strides, while Casey Finn tries to catch up. Wow! look at those stunning captains. They must work 

out! Brett Boule, Matt Gallagher, and Justin Burke. 




Nine seniors helped lead the underclassmen to a great season 

62 ft Cross Country 



Justin Burke goes head to head 
with his opponent from BR. 





Keep up the good work, John Mather! 




Jamie Ferreira, Lauren Kopper and Katie Cram were the 
captains and role models for the girls' team. 





Matt Vercollone leads the pack for Silver Lake 















Lauren Kopper flashes a smile, but Tracy Tristaino just 
focuses on keeping up. 



Meagan Long hustles to the finish line. 

Cross Country iV 63 



This Weymouth player has no chance with 
Jay, the House, Donovan covering him. 



Chris Conroy dribbles rings around his guard. He really knows how to play 




Coach Arieta plans the strategy for the 
second half of the game. 



64 >V Boys' Basketball 



Boys' Basketball Team. Assistant Coach Bob Morgan, Peter Blandino, Chrii| 
Conroy, Paul Sullivan, Ross Anti, Geoffrey Spaulding, Glen Griffin, Jeremy 
Till, Richard Lively, Derick Naumann, Jonathan Platz, Dennis McCall, 
Robert Kniffen, Ian Duggan, James Blandino, Head Coach Dick Arieta. 
In front: Captains Lee Willis and Jay Donovan 



jmes Blandino plays with style and grace. 




Is this a team huddle or did someone lose a contact? 



Dennis McCall towers 

above the rest to tip the 

ball into the basket. 




Down to the Line 

The Boys' Basketball Team had a successful season. 
They proved that they had what it takes when they won 
the Christmas Tournament beating out rivals Duxbury 
and Plymouth North. Senior Co-captains Lee Willis 
and Jay Donovan did a great job keeping this young 
team on track and strong. The Lakers were able to take 
a spot in the state tournament with a close win over 
Falmouth of 66-63, but lost in the first round in overtime 
to Stoughton with a another close score of 91-86. Senior 
players were Jay Donovan, Lee Willis, Geoffrey 
Spaulding, Jeremy Till, Derick Naumann, and James 
Blandino. -Marcia Nguyen 




Demonstrating their expertise are senior captains Lee 
Willis and Jay Donovan. 




Boys' Basketball tV 65 



Hooping it Up 



Contrary to preseason expectations, the Silver Lake Girls' 
Basketball Team performed exceptionally well. Although the 
girls lost in the first round of the Division 1, South Sectional 
Tournament, the Lakers finished second in the OCL behind 
Bridgewater-Raynham. The team was awarded the OCL Sports- 
manship Award and senior captains Sarah DeRoche and Kim 
Duclos and junior captain Audra Lissell were selected to the 
OCL All-Star team and were able to play in the OCL versus ACL 
All-Star game. In this All-Star game, Lissell was the winner of 
the three-point shooting contest, winning both the OCL champi- 
onship and the OCL/ ACL championship. Senior Melissa Klepper 
was the recipient of the Libby Short Memorial Scholarship 
Award. The Lakers will lose DeRoche, Duclos, Klepper, and 
Donnelly but will return juniors Lissell, Brennan, and Bouley, 
sophomores Canney, Porter, and Wadsworth, and freshmen 
Lorance, McClelland, and Stieghorst. -Ryan Hinchey 




Captains Sarah DeRoche, MaryBeth Brennan, Kim Duclos, and 
Audra Lissell. 

Look at the vertical jump 

on that girl! MaryBeth 
Brennan gets some air. 





Captain Sarah DeRoche has been a 
major part of the success of the team. 

66 ;V Girls' Basketball 



Back: Coach Steele, Julia Porter, Ashley Lorance, Sarah DeRoche, Audra Lissell, Me §a 
Klepper, Danielle Canny, and Asst. Coach Amy King. Front: Melissa Wadsworth, J 
McClelland, Jill Donnelly, Kim Duclos, MaryBeth Brennan, and Kristin Stieghorst. 




'he girls have a little fun off the court. Danielle Canny, 
essica Bouley, and Melissa Wadsworth go in for a group 
lug. 




Jill McClelland is just one of the many stars on this year's 
team. 





mior Captain Audra Lissell makes the fast break to get 
le well-deserved two points. 



Coach Steele led his team 
to another successful 
season. 



Girls' Basketball ft 67 




Friends forever, Emily Mullen, Stef Palmacci and Andrea 
Sferruzza show their Laker Spirit. 



The JV Basketball Cheerleaders prepare for the halftime 
show. 




"W-I-N! Hey, let's win, Silver Lake Lakers, victory again!' 

68 >V Cheerleading 




he Competitive Edge 




Kelly Wright and Shawna Slowey give their coaches 
a hug of appreciation. 




Lisa Traficante is head over heels with spirit! 




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Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders: Seniors - Caitlin Lutton, 
Marcia Nguyen, Carey DesRosiers, Lisa Traficante, Danielle 
Levy, Darcy Ledwell, Samantha Beaton 




Lisa Traficante, Katie Burba, Caitlin Lutton, Emily 
Vroom, and Stacy McSharry bundled up for the cool 
November game. 




Varsity Hockey Cheerleaders: Seniors - Kelly Wright, 
Shawna Slowey, Leanne Feleciano, and Sheila Holmes. 



Cheerleading "& 69 



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Coley Lunt, Mike Melanson and P.J 
Shaughnessy commend each other 
on a great play. 



P.J. Shaughnessy takes the puck while Brian Libby and Dan Buckingham look on. 




Li«xr uiil. 



First: Chad Kelble, Coley Lunt, Ryan Gould, Justin Harding, Tim Weldon, Sean 
Casey, Brian Libby, P.J. Shaughnessy, Andy McDermott, Mike Cina, Wayne Pforr 
Second: James Johnson, Tom Allen, Scott Horton, Peter Dula, Dan Buckingham, 
Justin Burke, Jason Standish, Joe Keffe, Andy Mason, Mike Melanson, Dave 
Wilkinson, George Drummey. Head Coach: Mr. Bill Donovan and Asst. Coach: Mr. 
Mark Duffy. 




70 ■£< Hockey 



Mike Cina celebrates after a great 
goal!! 




ian Libby attempts to steal the puck away from Justin Burke concentrates as he defends the goal. 

s opponent. 




Qualified 
Again 

The hockey team had a great 
season this year. With a record 
of 9-7-5, they managed to 
qualify for the state tourna- 
ment. Some star players this 
year were Jason Standish, Dan 
Buckingham, Justin Burke, Joe 
Keefe, Tom Allen, Sean Casey 
and Brian Libby. 




The Hockey team celebrates after a great game. 



Hockey v? 71 




Wham, Bam, Slam 



The Silver Lake Wrestling Team had ai 
other great season. They scored wirtnin 
victories over B.C. High, B.R., Norwood an 
Quincy, just to name a few. This year th 
boys traveled to Rhode Island to compete i 
the Cumberland Wrestling Tournameri! 
They placed second in the competition b! 
cause of the outstanding showing by Lull 
Vercollone who placed first. Making gre> 
showings throughout the year were senioi 
Ted Benner, Matt Praestch, Ricky Bream 
Matt Jeffery, Tommy Chancholo, Da^i 
Suppa, Wes Tunks, Ben Teich, and Chn 

Gould. -Jen Rossi 



This opponent is no match for Silver Lake's Ricky Breault 




Matt Praetsch uses his strength and determination to pin his opponent 



Luke Vercollone forces his opponent into th 
deadly Silver Lake barrel roll. 














Wrestling Team. Senior members include: Captain Ted Benner, Captain Matt 
Praetsch, Matt Jeffery, Ricky Breault, Tommy Chancholo, Wes Tunks, Ben 
Teich, Chris Gould, and Dave Suppa 

72 3r Wrestling 



Tommy Chancholo tries to put this Norwc 
opponent into a barrel roll 




\ere's the war? Rich Omar 
spares to conquer the enemy 



Dave Suppa crushes his Norwood opponent with his suppa duppa moves. 



Tom Chancholo gets ready to 
win another one for the team. 




Greg Barnes takes down a Mustang 
with ease. 

Wrestling iV 73 



Run, Jump, Throw 

Over the past winter season, the Boys' Track 
Team was the best to "run" through Silver Lake 
with a record of five wins and one loss. The boys 
were victorious in all of their meets. The Girls' 
Track Team had a record of four wins and two 
losses. Their season was highlighted by new 
personal bests and new school records. 

Outstanding seniors on both the Boys' and 
Girls' Teams were Captains Meagan Long, Kim 
Shepherd, Jamie Ferreira, and John Mather. 
Other notable seniors were Ronja LaBrecque, 
Courtney Cleary, Kerri Whealan, Katie Cram, 
Lisa Venezia, Jim Harrison, and newcomer, Ray 

Lynch. -Kerri Whealan 



Preparing for the OCL meet, captains Meagan 
Long, Jamie Ferreira, and Kim Shepherd are ready 
to run. 





A step ahead, Kerri Whealan leads Laura Cunningham and Danielle 
Bauer to a great finish in the 55 meter dash. 




Hugging the corner, captain John MatJi, 
sprints for the win in the 300 meter ruiii 




Following through with her form, Lisa Venezia 
hurls the shotput to new distances. 

74 ik Boys' & Girls' Winter Track 



Runners to your marks, set... and off go Nate Hockenberry, Pat McGouj 
and Jason Cummings with a great start in the 55 meter dash. 




Godfrey puts forth all of his strength 
run the last lap 



"Sometimes when we face setbacks 
And our confidence gets shaken, 
It's easy to forget about 
How far we have really come. 
So don't forget to count them 
Any steps that you have taken; 
Don't forget to celebrate 
The victories you've won." 

v Unknown 




Leaping for victory, Tracey Geraghty clears the bar with ease in the high jump. 





Together for the last time at the OCL meet are Kerri Whealan, Meagan Long, 
Jamie Ferreira, Courtney Cleary, Kim Shepherd, and Ronja LaBrecque. 




in perfect form, sophomore Mike Sanda leaps 
:he last hurdle to finish a victorious race. 



Boys' and Girls' Winter Track Teams sit tall because they are proud of their 
perseverance and dedication. Coaches Mr. Darche, Mr. Kaupp, and Ms. 
Swenson lead the way. 



Boys' & Girls' Winter Track i^ 75 




A Swing for the Birdies i 

The Silver Lake Golf Team had a great season under thi 
direction of their new golf coach Mr. Dand. Coach Dand' 
team started the season with a perfect 13-0 but lost a few ke 1 
matches down the stretch to their rivals from Barnstable. Ii I 
the end, Barnstable proved to be too strong, and the Laker 
had to settle for second place again. "All season long th 
team played well, and we could have done a lot more but i 
was still a great year." said Russ Tyler. The team is losin 
five of its key players this year. The graduating players are 
Captain T.J. White, Russ Tyler, Shaun O'Leary, Joe Keefe 
and Mike Lane. The team still has some excellent talent fc 
next year. Hoiiy Daiey 




Mike Lane takes a winning swing. 



T. J. White kicks back before the big tee off. 




The Golf Team. Back: Coach Dand, Matt Haglund, Justin Liszanckie, 
Brian Schier, TJ White, Jason Bellavance, Herb Aikens, Joe Keefe. Front: 
John Montosi, Russell Tyler, Mike Lane, and Shawn O'Leary. 



76 tV Golf 




Shaun O'Leary lines up the flag to tee off on th< 
first hole. 




cey Kroon amazes us with her flexibility and strength 
dch allow her to perform such a breathtaking move. 



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Flying 
through 
the air, 
completely 
weightless, 
Danielle St. 
George lands 
gracefully for 
a great 
performance. 



A new sport was introduced to Silver Lake this 
year. The word was out last year, but the group 
only got as far as being a club. Two seniors, two 
juniors, four sophomores, and six freshmen make 
up the Girls Gymnastics Team. They have been 
trying very hard and it shows. Credit goes out to all 
hard working teammates. Miss Bartyzel helped 
organize these girls and hopefully they will fulfill 
their dreams. Captains, Heidi Sanderson and Alison 
Swinhart, are leading their team to victory. 



The pressure's on. Did she make it? 
Cheryl Venezia and Missy Smith 
wait anxiously. 





Top: Lindsay Kay, Miss Bartyzel, Missy Smith, Cheryl 
Venezia, Alison Swinhart, Heidi Sanderson, Stef Palmacci, 
Jenn Le, Juli Martinez Middle: Stacy Kroon, Adrien 
Snow, Beth Fowler, Danielle St. George. Bottom: 
Caroline St. Croix, Christy Pforr, Erica Benotti. 



Gymnastics "& 77 




You can be sure Ben Teich will figure a way out of it's a good thing that the field hockey team can play better than they canjj 
this one. make a pyramid! 




S *^S **» M*\*~**\ 



Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Andy Brems ! 




Congratulations, ladies! OCL Champs once again! 



78 ik Sport Candids 




With this intensity, it's no wonder J.P. is an All Sta 






J-fLCK 








To the Class of 1999: 

As members of this class, you have always been presented with 
challenges at the high school. Your class was the first in many years 
to participate in a four-year high school. That extra year of together- 
ness is evident in the lifelong bonding that you will enjoy. 

The Class of 1999 is the first class to have community service as a 
graduation requirement. Each of you who have met this obligation 
has been the beneficiary, and we are convinced that you are a much 
better person for the effort that you have expended. 

As a class, you have experienced several firsts, but you will also be 
the last class to graduate before the new millennium. Hopefully, we 
have prepared you for what lies ahead. It will be an exciting and 
challenging future that you should enthusiastically embrace. What- 
ever you encounter, you should accept the task ahead and do it to the 
best of your ability. 

The theme of Save the Best for Last is appropriate for the Class of 
1999 as you continue to serve yourselves and the school in an 
exemplary manner. 

Congratulations on a job well done and may I wish you continued 
success in all of your endeavors. 

Paul A. Squarcia, Ed.D. 
Superintendent of Schools 





To The Class of 1999: 

Change is required, but growth is optional. Over the past four years yd 
have seen many changes as a result of the passage of the Education Reforii 
Law. As a class, you have experienced changes in your daily schedulei 
longer class periods, new teaching methodologies and strategies and mou 
demanding graduation requirements. With every change you have grow, 
tremendously. 

May you continue to approach every change in your life as a challenge am 
opportunity for growth. Remember fondly the support and encouragemet 
you received at Silver Lake. 

Wishing you every success in the future. 

Denise M. Walsh 
Assistant Superintendent 



Dear Members of the Class of 1999: 

The theme of this year's yearbook is well chosen. "Save the Best for Last" 
certainly describes the members of the last class of the twentieth century to 
graduate from Silver Lake Regional High School. You have been an 
extremely cooperative class and have shown great spirit and enthusiasm in 
the classroom, on the playing field, and in extracurricular activities. 

You also are the best-educated group of graduates in the history of the 
school. You have benefited from our increased graduation requirements. 
You have seen the positive results of service learning. You have been the 
first class to complete four years of work with the block schedule, which 
allowed you more student-centered learning. 

I wish all of you great joy and success no matter what you choose for the 
future. I am confident that you will make a difference in the world and that 
people will be better off from knowing you. Silver Lake is better off because 
of you and we all wish you the best! Congratulations! 

John F. McEwan 
Principal 
80 "& Administration 




It has been a pleasure to work with the Class of 1999. 
My best wishes to each student for continued success as 
you leave Silver Lake Regional High School. 

Robert A. Hodge 
Assistant Principal 





The class of 1999.. .the last class of the century but the first class 
in many other aspects. The first class to have block scheduling for 
their entire high school career, the first class to have a community 
service graduation requirement, and the first class that I've had the 
pleasure of working with as assistant principal from freshman year 
through graduation. Your class has served as a role model for others 
to follow into the new millennium. You have set the bar at a high 
level. 

I wish all of you happiness and success in your future endeavors. 

Richard J. Kelley 
Assistant Principal 



"If you want to truly understand something, try to change it." 

Kurt Lewin 

Moving Through Chaos 

Robert J. Cunniff 
Assistant Principal 



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Administration "& 81 



Thanks For a Job Well Done 



From the time we entered 
the high school, Norm has 
been at Silver Lake to work 
with the athletes. Not only is 
Norm the trainer who helps 
us work out in the weight 
room and wraps up our 
bumps and bruises, but he is 
also a friend. Norm has a spe- 
cial understanding of young 
athletes and is always a pro- 
fessional whether on the play- 
ing field, in the gym, or just 
sittin' around talkin'. The ru- 
mor raced through the halls 
that this would be his last year 
at the Lake, but Mr. Paquin 
reassured us that he would be 
here for all the underclassmen 
in the fall. 




Norm Paquin 
Athletic Trainer 



Mr. Agosrini 

Mr. Ahola 

Mrs. Anti 

Mr. Arsenault 

Mr. Ashby 

Ms. Bartyzel 



Mr. Batchelor 

Mr. Beaulieu 

Mr. Bennett 

Mr. Black 

Mr. Bloomquist 

Ms. Bollin 



Mr. Bond 

Ms. Boucher 

Mr. Boulrisse 

Mr. Briggs 

Mr. C. Brown 

Mrs. Brown 




82 ^V Faculty 




Mr. K. Brown 
Mr. Bystrom 
Mrs. Carrigan 
Mrs. Cashin 
Mr. Cerne 
Mr. Cheney 



Mr. Consolati 
Mr. Cotter 
Mrs. Crowley 
Mr. Cucinatto 
Mrs. Curtis 
Mr. Darche 



Ms. DePasqua 
Mr. DePatto 
Mr. Dixon 
Mrs. Donohue 
Mr. Donovan 
Mr. Dries 



Mr. Duffy 
Mr. E. Dunn 
Mr. K. Dunn 
Dr. Egan 
Mr. Fernandez 
Ms. Fitzwilliam 



Mr. Flaherty 
Mr. Frazier 
Mr. Gallagher 
Ms. Galvani 
Ms. Gazzola 
Mr. Giambanco 



Mrs. Gibbons 
Mr. Gilbert 
Mrs. Gilchrist 
Mrs. Gillespie 
Mr. Goggin 
Mrs. Goldberg 



Mrs. Gould 
Mr. Govoni 
Mr. Grady 
Mr. Hardy 
Mr. Hathaway 
Mr. Hickey 



Faculty ik 83 



Mrs. Hines 

Mr. Hunt 

Mr. Iovanna 

Mrs. Jacobson 

Mr. Johnson 

Mrs. Jordan 



Mrs. Kafrawy 

Mr. Kaupp 

Mrs. Kelly 

Ms. Kniffen 

Mr. Kominik 

Mrs. Kubek 



Mr. Laughlin 

Ms. Levesque 

Ms. Lopes 

Mr. Lunny 

Mrs. Madden 

Ms. Maffini 



Ms. Maliszewski 

Mr. Malone 

Mrs. Maloney 

Mrs. Maniscalco 

Mrs. Mannix 

Ms. Martin 

Ms. Maynard 

Mr. McCarthy 

Ms. McDonough 

Mr. Mclntyre 

Mrs. McSweeney 

Mrs. McSweeney- 

Martin 

Mr. Medeiros 

Ms. Medeiros 

Mrs. Melville 

Mr. Mitchell 

Mr. Murphy 

Mrs. Mutrie 



Mrs. Myr 

Mrs. Napolitano 

Mr. Nestor 

Mrs. Nicol 

Mr. Osgood 

Mr. Parsons 




84 ik Faculty 



Life Beyond the Classroom 




Students tend to think of teachers as living only for school and sometimes are 
surprised to discover that teachers have a life and interests outside of textbooks 
and quizzes. Mrs. Drane, a senior English teacher, is one of the best in the 
classroom and also on the golf course. Year after year, her team of female faculty 
members comes out ahead of the male teams in the annual golf tournament. Last 
summer, Mrs. Drane even offered summer golf lessons for student and teacher 
enrichment. As an English teacher, she 
constantly demands high performance 
from her students and encourages im- 
provement with the rewrite option for 
composition work. Mrs. Drane is able to 
maintain a pleasant and positive atmo- 
sphere in the classroom even with the 
pressures of raising a family, teaching 
full time, and trying to improve her golf 
swing. 



Mrs. Kathy Drane 
English 



Mr. Murray is not only a chemistry and physiology teacher, but also the 
iassistant track coach. His specialty is the hurdles where he encourages and 
'coaches in a very positive manner. In the classroom, he expects the best from 
his students, and he is fair in his grading and evaluation of students' work. 
This is a special year for Mr. Murray as he looks forward to the summer and 
his upcoming marriage. The student body wishes Mr. Murray and his 
fiancee, Jen Wilson who is an SL graduate, many happy years. 




Mr. Michael Murray- 
Science 




Mrs. Pejouhy 
Mr. Pierce 
Mrs. Pimental 
Mr. Pina 
Mr. Piwarunas 
Mrs. Poole 



Mr. Powell 
Mrs. Pruyn 
Mrs. Rafferty 
Mrs. Record 
Mr. Rice 
Mrs. Richards 



Mr. Rizzitano 
Mrs. Rohr 
Mr. Sawyer 
Ms. Schweer 
Mr. Scott 
Mrs. Sennett 



Faculty & 85 



Definitely Most School Spirit 



Val Mahtesian takes an active roll in the 
Silver Lake community. Most students 
associate her with March Carnival Week 
because she organizes all of the activities 
that take place during this time. She is 
also involved in the Kiss the Pig Contest 
which raises money for charities at Christ- 
mas time. Along with these activities, she 
is a teacher in the computer department at 
the school. She organized and designed 
the Silver Lake website and works with 
students to pass the computer compe- 
tency exam. Mrs. Mahtesian's most re- 
cent project is putting together a Com- 
puter Club. Besides all her involvement at 
school, she is kept busy with her daugh- 
ters Cassie and Tori and her husband Ken. 




Mrs. Val Mahtesian 
Computer Science 



Mr. Shannon 
Mr. Shattuck 
Mr. Shetler 
Mrs. Shultz 
Mrs. Snavely 
Miss Snyder 



Mr. Sorrento 

Mr. Soule 

Mr. Spinelli 

Mrs. Stanghellini 

Mr. Swanson 

Ms. Swenson 



Mr. Tassinari 

Mr. Tavares 

Miss Thompson 

Mr. Trenouth 

Ms. Trotta 

Mr. Tufts 

86 l£ Faculty 




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Mr. Turley 
Ms. vonTrotta 
Mrs. Wadsworth 
Mrs. Walsh 
Mrs. Warnock 
Mr. Warnock 



Mrs. Warren 
Mr. Watson 
Mr. Welty 
Mrs. Woodhouse 
Mrs. Wusenich 



Behind the Scenes 




Support Staff 

Mrs. Armstrong 
Mrs. Barnard 
Mr. Burns 
Mrs. Cameron 
Mrs. Costello 
Mrs. Dart 



Mrs. Dondero 
Mrs. Dubois 
Mrs. Graham 
Mrs. Hull 
Mrs. Janhola 
Mrs. Knight 



Mrs. Lewis 
Mrs. Locke 
Mrs. Messier 
Mrs. Moneypenny 
Mrs. Mosca 
Ms. Nielsen 



Ms. Ramsey 
Mrs. Shea 
Mrs. St. Pierre 
Mr. Stringer 



Faculty & Support Staff ik 87 




Brian Kelly 



Mary Cunningham is definitely my choice for this award. In her low key 
style, Mary has contributed to her school, her community and her class- 
mates. She has participated in athletics here at Silver Lake and has been a 
member of the Student Council as well as a class officer. Mary was 
nominated for "The Best of Silver Lake," has participated in the Appalachia 
Service Project and has attended the Presidential Classroom in Washington, 
D.C. The list goes on and on. However, Mary leads daily through her 
poised, kind, and mature example. She is an outstanding human being. 
-Mrs. Gilchrist 



Brian J. Kelly is an outstanding student, a role model for the Silver 
Lake student population, a caring and concerned class leader, and a 
valued friend. During his career at Silver Lake, Brian has served as a 
National Honor Society Member, Latin Club Officer, S.A.D.D. repre- 
sentative, Key Club Member as well as District Board Editor. His] 
musical talent is amazing and his portrayal of Moonface Martin in! 
"Anything Goes" was unforgettable! 

As a junior, Brain was voted "Best of Silver Lake." This award 
acknowledged Brian's school and community involvement as well as 
his leadership talents. More importantly, Brian's concern and com- 
mitment to Silver Lake were also recognized. Brian is a unique 
individual who has impacted both the students and staff of Silver 
Lake. He is truly a Renaissance Man! We will miss him greatly, but 
his legacy of caring will never be forgotten.~Mrs. Curtis 



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Mary Cunningham 




John Paul Vercollone is deserving of recognition on the Teachers' Choice yean 
book page. J. P. audited my Spanish II and Spanish III Conversation classes durins 
his junior and senior years. He is the only student in my more than eighteen yean 
of public school teaching who has chosen to study foreign language withou 
receiving graduation credits. J.P. chose this course for its school-to-work content; hi 
felt that the curriculum would be both beneficial and interesting. He is ineligible t 
receive academic credit because he had already passed and received credit for thl 
college preparatory Spanish II and III courses prior to enrolling in the conversation 
classes. J.P. has attained one of the ultimate goals of education; he has chosen to lean - 
for the sake of learning. J.P. has demonstrated a high level of maturity in both hi 
attitude toward education and in his commitment to doing well in a course for whio 
no credit has been awarded. Please let this honor serve as credit and acknowled^ 
ment for this outstanding student! -Ms. Jacobson 



John Paul Vercollone 



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Daniel Orcutt has been a member of the Silver Lake Speech and Debate Team for 
five years. This year his teammates honored him by voting him co-captain. Later this 
year Dan will accomplish a feat done only by one other member of this team in its long 
history. He will accrue over one thousands points as a member of the National Forensic 
League. Only a select few of the thousands of high school debaters nationwide attain 
that honor in their careers. Dan has also taught several younger members of the team 
in the area of speech and debate. The entire team looks to Dan as a leader, and he has 
never let them or me down. His record in academics is well documented, and he is also 
influential in the Latin Club. -Mr. Crocker 



88 & Teachers' Choice 



Daniel Orcutt 





Karen Ballantine 



Michael Masscotte 



Stars Among the Stars 






I select Karen Ballantine for the Teachers' Choice yearbook page because she is one 
of the hardest working students I have ever had. Karen always comes to class with a 
positive attitude. She is willing to work hard to achieve her goals and, although math 
does not always come easy to her, she will stay after school as often as needed as well as 
ask intelligent question in class. When she does understand the material, she is more than 
willing to help her classmates. -Ms. Bollin 



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I selected Eric Royak for Teachers' Choice 
because he makes meaningful contributions 
to class. Whether he is analyzing a poem, 
discussing, a novel or examining an edito- 
rial, his comments are perceptive and sin- 
cere. More importantly, he has the respect of 
his peers, for he is bright and well-spoken 
but never arrogant. -Mrs. Drane 




Eric Royak 




Michael Masscotte will be forever etched in my mind as the kind of 
student who makes educators appreciate the gift of being able to work 
with young adults. Michael's potential for success is highlighted by his 
drive, his easy going manner, the level of respect that he has among his 
classmates, and the fact that we can always count on him to deliver as 
promised. As a fourth year Metal Fabrication & Welding student, he has 
consistently demonstrated his thirst for knowledge. A licensed pilot, 
Michael will be attending Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute in Florida 
in order to further advance his credentials in this field. In my over twenty- 
five years as and educator, I've never 
considered myself a risk taker; how- 
ever, Michael's offer to take me for a 
flight over the outer Cape will rank 
as one of the highlights of my years 
here at Silver Lake. I will miss him 
and wish him the best that life has to 
offer. -Mr. Laughlin 



W 1*T 



Heidi Sanderson is one of the gymnasts who worked diligently to 
get the gymnastics program approved as a varsity sport for the 1998- 
1999 school year. Heidi attended the school committee meeting when 
they overruledtheir previous decision to not have a varsity team. 
Finally, after two years of meetings, phone calls, fund raising, everyone's 
hard work paid off. Heidi will now be able to earn a varsity letter in the 
sport she loves... gymnastics. -Ms. Bartyzel 

Heidi Sanderson 




Teachers' Choice iV 89 



The Clean 




Rita Williamson distributes supplies to teachers. 



Allen Perkins is ready for a vigorous shift of cleaning. 




Paul Goodhue can clean up any mess. 



90 i^V Custodians 




Parker Betters has the barrel ready to 
collect all our trash. 





Mary MacDonald keeps the ; 
books staff company on late nighlj 
deadlines. 



Vic Flaherty 
can handle 
any disaster 




Illie Waterman cuts the cheese for sandwiches. 



. . and Feed Teams 




Joanne Swales slices the meat for the subs. 




ts. Deignan gives us service and a smile. 





Front: I. Flood, M. Waterman. R. Butler, A. Feleciano. 
Back: R. Stappen, E. Connolly, J. Swales, H. Wright. 

Lunch Ladies Hi 91 



Hail and Thanks 




Melissa Merrill 




92 ik Underclassmen Supporters 



These underclassmen and Nicole Tarzia gave ■ ai 
support to the senior class by purchasing yearboc I 



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The freshmen show off their awesome school spirit-Juli Martinez, 
Cristy Pforr, Micaela Burke, Pat Henderson, John Kopp, Jeff 
Crowley, Christine Sweeney, Justin Liszancki, Katie Miller, and 
Matt Vercollone. 




Paul Donovan gives his Tarzan yell as Jill Baldner, Beck 
Richards, and Sara Stenerson hold him up. 

Class officers: Christine Sweeney, Kaitlyn Miller, 
Julianne Martinez, Jeff Crowley, John Kopp, 
Patrick Henderson and Matthew Gage. 




Hey, look! It's a bird it's a plane. It's a freshman! 
John Kopp points one out to Beth Rockett. 

94 "& Freshmen 



Jen Scherber and Tom Slowey should win Best School | 
Spirit when they become Seniors. 




2002 is better than you!! The freshman class 
shows off their float at the Homecoming 
Game. 



Making Their 
Way 




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Whoever said freshmen were slackers?? You won't 
find that in the Class of 2002. They've been hard at 
work with fundraising and serving the community. 
The class was well represented at the Leadership 
Lock-in. The new Turkey Raffle, which raised money 
for their class, was a big success. What stands out 
most is their generosity. They sponsored the Darling 
and Clancy Scholarship Fund and raised over $700 
in only two days! 

The freshmen also definitely know how to have 
fun. Their high energy was evident everywhere 
during Spirit Week. At the Homecoming Dance, the 
freshmen flooded the dance floor and had a great 
time. It's obvious this class will go far. -saraDonahoe 



The freshman girls show some leg, Sara Stenerson and 
Kaitlyn Miller. 




Jill McClelland 
was warped 
back to the 50's. 




Kelly Bardon, Patricia Gilcoine, Charlene Labree, and Heidi Lopreski 
are all smiles at the Homecoming Dance. Frp«iVim pn W 



95 




Ben Lansing and Desiree Gomes act sophomoric. 



First Step into the 
Next Generation 



The Class of 2001 leads the way 

into the next millennium 

The 1998-99 school year was a great one for our sophor 
class. We are the first real class in the new millennium, ano 
will be the leaders for generations to come. Providing outst-i 
ing examples are our class officers: President Mike Sanda, 
President Devon Govoni, School Council Leader Katie Sullil 
Treasurer Jacqui Beaton, Historian Liz Conway, and Secre 
Jess Farina. This school year was filled with great times 
building our successful float in the homecoming parade tc<i 
special evening at the Sophomore Social. With much anticippj 
the Class of 2001 looks forward to the future. -Jessica DiNunno 



Mrs. Webster's fifth 
period sophomore 
class LOVES biology! 




Devon Govoni, Liz Conway, Mike Sanda, Katie Sullivan, Jess F. 
and Jacqui Beaton are proud to be the officers of the Class of 2C 1 



96 Ot Sophomores 



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l Conway, Alicia Cambria, Shara Murphy, and Jessica 
■ne get geared up to put a curse on the Falmouth 
Uppers. 



Go Class of 2001 ! Jess Farina, Devon Govoni, Katie Rollock, Alicia 
Cambria, Lindsey Fairweather, Jana Whiting, Rich Omar, Jess 
Cohen, Jacqui Beaton, Katie Sullivan, Laura Cunningham, and 
Mike Sanda cheer for the sophomore class at the fall Pep Rally. 




;ghan Jeffery and Laura Wells lead the way with the Class of 2001 banner 
vile sexy sophomores Jess Cohen, Andrea Brown and Jackie Teller follow. 





Scary Terry Crudup casts a spell on the 
crowd with her wild antics at the 
halftime show. 



;ssica Farina and Katie Sullivan dressed in yellow to show off their 
ophomore pride on class color day. 



Sophomores "& 97 




Sara MacFarlane, Dan Cook, Erin MacFarlane, Tobi 
Chasen, and Adam Simeone kick back before the 
game. 




"When I wake up, I put on my makeup. I'm all I 
wanna be... an 80's girl, you see!" Danielle Milton 
and Joanne Reed are in the spirit. 





Picture Perfect! Kristina Scherber and Greg Staples show off 
at Homecoming. 




At the high school dance where you can find romance and n 
it might be love for Jeff Churchill and Alison Taylor-Banner. 



98 iV Juniors 




The Class of 2000 was challenged to live 
i to the expectation of being the Smoke 
2e Class. Although we all know that this 
1't going to happen, a lot of us still try. 
ir junior class is made up of so many 
: ferent types of people. People who are 
■aight edge, others who are skaters, jocks, 
cies, cheerleaders, preps, free spirits, 
d more. Not everyone follows the same 
th, but as much as we try, our true colors 
vays seem to shine through. Four-hun- 
ed and twelve students make up our 
"dor class, and we are capable of almost 
ything. More than half the officers in 
\y Club are juniors, and we have thrity- 
e members in National Honor Society . 
Our class is always striving to be num- 
r one. During Spirit Week, we were #1 
r awhile. The seniors eventually won, 
it, they didn't win by much. 

ally Daly & Jen Bright 







Junior Class Officers: Vice President - Russ Greenleaf, School Council - Stef 
Palmacci, President - Liz Provost, Treasurer - Holly Daly, Advisory Council 
Ryan Gould, Secretary - Eliza Ryan, and Historian - Melissa Dion. 




ura Sutherland, Emily Vroom, Rita 
irtinez, and Tracy Pleau take a break 
m their group project. 



The juniors wharped back into the 80's with Bethany Driscoll in hot-pink 
tights, Holly Daly as a vintage 80's chick, and Katie Horsman showing off her 
jean dress and leather jacket. 




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The junior cheerleaders, Emily Mullen, 
Andrea Sferruzza, Stef Palmacci, Alyssa 
Hill, and Katie Burba, show Laker spirit 
at the Homecoming Pep Rally. 

Juniors ik 99 








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Peter Dula introduces his father to Mr. Laughlin during open house. 



Daniela Otto is all smiles to be here at the Lakfr 




Clovis Andrade seems to be enjoying his Thomas Borchert, Paula Margotto, Carlos Mendos, Zofia Kurczewska, and 
visit from Brazil. Max Weiss don't look homesick to me! 



100 i>V Foreign Exchange Students 




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Dear Members of the Class of 1999, 

Even though it seems like an eternity, it was just four short years ago that the Class of 1999 came into the high school. The anxie 
was overwhelming, for we were subject to several tremendous changes. We were the first freshman class in years to come up to 
high school, and we didn't know what to expect from a place which was such an enigma to us. We were also clueless about the mig! 
upperclassmen. There were no students in the system who could explain to us what being a freshman was like because nonel 
experienced it. It didn't help that television and movies bombarded us with countless mental images of pool passes, paddle beatin 
and infamous tortures that inevitably awaited incoming freshmen. We also faced the challenge of adjusting to 86 MINU 
PERIODS! In junior high no one could focus for 45 minutes, let alone almost double that. 

Fortunately, this transition was a lot smoother than we (or for that matter anyone) thought it would be. Thanks to the patiei I 
and understanding of the teachers and administration, as well as new methods of teaching, we had no problem finding our way aroi | 
the school and making it through the extended periods. Thankfully, the upperclassmen didn't live up to the stereotype that the me i 
had given them; they were adjusting to the new format just like we were. Some even became role models for us. 

One thing became apparent as our high school career progressed: there was a certain unity in our class, a feeling that the ol 
classes didn't possess. This was obvious at the first Freshmen Lock-In. Everyone had fun at a night of relaxation and games, 
one fought, and no one was sad or upset (except when Joe Keefe's melon got crushed, but he was okay, so everything was stilli 
good). During Spirit Weeks and Carnival Weeks, we would turn out in force with a competitive spirit unmatched by anyc\ 
supporting our classmates and athletes with genuine enthusiasm. Sometimes we got a little bit too enthusiastic for our own good (I 
initiating the infamous toilet paper war of Carnival Week 1996). 

As time progressed, we each carved out a niche for ourselves. We began to contemplate and decide what we would mold oursel 
into. The difference between us and other classes, however, was that while we crafted this individuality, we still maintained 
unity that has set us apart from all the other classes. I didn't think this was true until I looked over the crowd at the Senior Bat. 
Q. I saw a bunch of smiling people that were just the same as we were when we came to this school: a unified group of kids v 
support each other in whatever they set out to do. 

As we have grown, we have become a group of students that can be respected and admired. Some of us have become geneif 
and devote our time and energy to provide for those less fortunate than us. Others have become people whom others look up to, leadi 
whether it be captain of a sports team, a student 
council member, or a tutor. Some of us are seen as 
people who can be a friend or a shoulder to cry on. 
Some of us are loved because we know how to have 
a good time and party. Whether we like to admit it or 
not, we are all role models. Right now we're role 
models to Silver Lake's underclassmen. As life 
progresses, we are going to be role models to our 
children. In order to be a good role model, we need to 
support all of the people who are close to us, just like 
we have supported each other in all our efforts in 
academics, athletics, and life. Ghostface Killah once 
said, "If you forget what you've come from, you're 
never going to make it where you're going." Don't 
forget what you've learned here at Silver Lake be- 
cause it is invaluable in your life ahead. 

My dad once said, "High school is the best time of 
your life." Don't forget the crisp, cool air at Siricco 
Field. Don't forget the elegance of the prom. Don't 
forget passing your license test. Don't forget your 
first love. Don' t forget the parties when your folks go 
away. Don't forget each other. Achieve your goals 
and realize your dreams. You control your destiny. 

Good luck. Much love. 

Doug Govoni 

President Class of 1999 



102 "& Seniors 



Senior class officers, Darcy 
Ledwell, Frank Lamanski, 
John Fanning, Doug Govoni, 
and Rob Walker. 






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Best Friends Forever. ..Dan Aukstikalnis and Shawn Chase. 





Six grades down and six to go! Lynne Hassey, Laura 
Flynn and Jill Levandoski at the Hobomock sixth 
grade graduation. 

104 ui Elementary School 



Christina Buckus, Nicole Blair, and Doreen Boidleau can't wa\ 
until it's time to open the presents. Which one is the birthday v 
girl? 




No trick!! These treats are really graduating! 




From 1988 the first crew at North Pembroke! Jennilee Jones, 
Meredith Aherne, Kim Duclos, Amy Balzotti, Lisa Venezia, Jen 
Rossi, Allison Swinhart and Katie Zaval. 



Six to Go! 



We started off in six different elementary 
iools in four different towns. Some of us 

nded Kingston Elementary School, others 

nt to North Pembroke or Dennet Elemen- 
; y in Plympton. We made friends, learned 
i • ABC's, 123's, and how to share. We had 

i at recess playing kickball, four square, 
; i tag. The biggest adjustments were being 

ay from home for six hours a day and 

ing lunch in the cafeteria. But everything 
( med like a perfect world to us. 
After sixth grade graduation, our world 

janded as we entered the junior high. 



How about sharing a laugh and a hug? Heather Sites, Nicole Gainey, 
Mary Cunningham, Lynne Hassey and J.P Vercollone get a little silly. 





Who said they were perfect angels? Mike Mari and Tom Chancholo 
look so innocent. 



tting pretty are 
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Dare girls do lunch! 

.indsey Staten, Jamie 

jorman, Sam Beaton, 

Leanne Feleciano, 

Bridget Johnson, 

arah Delasandro and 

Kimberly Shepherd. 




Elementary School tV 105 




Urn, excuse me, where's the bathroom? John 
Fanning needs help fast. 




What a good looking couple is Alison Swinhart and Scott Stein! 



Relaxing in the sun, 

Bethany Eklund 

and Moira Brady 

enjoy the afternoon 

out of class. 



106 l?t Junior High Days 





Butler's Chickens! J.P. Vercollone, Chris Bradley, Scott O'Neil, and John Matter understand the 
de joke. 




king a break from swimming, Sandy Mc Cartin, Susan 
irino, Christine Rocket, Sara McKinnon, Lauren Kopper, 
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from ear to ear. 





As seventh graders, students from all the 
four towns came together at the junior high. 
This was a new school for us, with new 
teachers, a new schedule, and new friends. 
Here our memories as a class began. 



Catching a wave! Laura Dunsford and Lauren Perry 
enjoy a refreshing swim. 



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Learning the Rope 

Coming into the new school as fresh 
men, we didn't know what to expect. VW 
soon found out that high school was dif >. 
ferent from junior high. The homecorninj 
dance was the first dance that we attendee 
We were envious of the seniors and th 
homecoming court, and couldn't wait unt 
it was our turn. The semi-formal was 
special night of anticipation and excitefc 
ment. By the time of our freshmen fling 
we had learned the ropes and were pros a 
preparing for dances. The freshman clas 
was united and had learned what it wa r i 
like to be part of high school. 



Group-hug! John Fanning, J. P. Vercollone, Lindsay Staten, Shawna Gillis, 
Jenny Killinger, Stacy McSharry, Joe Keefe, and Melissa Johnson were friends 
then and are friends now. 




Just one more picture before we are off to the dance. Lindsay Staten, 
Melissa Egan, Kim Shepherd, Sam Beaton, Kelly Wright, and Leanne Riccio 
are anxious to get to the dance. 



John Fanning, Ben Spencer, and Matt MerrL 
wondered if dates were required. 




The gang's all here. Kristen Hockney, Melissa Bradley, Jill Donnelly, Katie 
Zaval, Danielle Lawn, Jen Rossi, Laura Flynn, Katie Kellogg, Jenny Killinger, 
Mera Aherne, Darcy Ledwell, and Mary Cunningham show off their legs. 

108 X Our Freshman Dances 




Puckering up, Jason Standish acts like a 
freshman, but Jacki Waters and Billy Palm 
keep their cool. 




II smiles are Mgagan Bradley, Andrea Horsley, Cheryl Loiselle, 
arcia Nguyen, and Rachael Schulze. 




,et's party. Lauren Kopper, Meagan Long, Mary Cunningham, 
ieather Sites, and Melissa Pierce celebrate with style. 




Absolutely fabulous. We were then and still are. 
Shanna Deegan, Heather Haen, Carey DesRosiers, 
and Amy McQuiggan. 




Making Progress 

The Sophomore Social was the big event our 
sophomore year. The evening started with a 
ceremony in which we received our class rings. 
Each member of the sophomore class was given 
a glowstick to place on a board. When each stick 
was in place, the lights were turned out and 
1999 was illuminated on the board. We were 
royalty as the freshmen served us dinner. After 
dinner, the dancing began. Our '99 keychains 
will always remind us of our special night. 





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Kim Shepherd and Peter Zwahlen know all the right moves. 



Brianne Botto and Chris Bradley take a breather. 

Our Sophomore Dances ik 109 




Jacki Waters, Stacey McSharry, Brianne Botto, Mary 
Cunningham, and Alison Swinhart, Ladies of the Court, 
anxiously waiting the results of the vote. 




Lindsey Audette and 
Andre Brown star in The 
Great Gatsby Returns. 




Elizabeth Martin and Moira Brady show their own 
personal style 




Amy McQuiggan, Karen Ballantine, Shawna Slowey and Darcy Ledwell flash their 
Crest smiles when taking a break from the dance floor. 



110 iV Junior Prom 



Jen Rossi and Shawn Chase 
dance the night away. 



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With or Without You 



The night the junior class had been waiting for 
fhally arrived. Months of preparation, making 
^pointments, ordering dresses and tuxedos, 
= id booking limos, left everyone full of anticipa- 
t jn for the big event. As limos of all sizes pulled 
p to the entrance of the Lantana, everyone's 

ce filled with excitement. The glamour of the 
;|iandeliers, the flowers, and all the decorations 

ade us feel like stars in a Hollywood drama. 

usic and laughter filled the room as we danced 
I e night away. In the blink of an eye, the flowers 
I id wilted, the decorations had fallen, and our 
I lighter had turned into yawns. The night we 
lid anticipated seemed like a fairy tale dream, a 
( -earn we would treasure forever. 

cy Ledwell and Amy McQuiggan 





Looking like true royalty, 
Jon Wood and Jacki 
Waters make the ideal 
King and Queen. 



Dm Chancholo tries to sneak a peek! 



Cassie Cronin is 

"Gettin jiggy 

with it." 




rquisse Silva, Frank Lemanski, Tim Arnold, Jim Harrison and Jon Wood, 
the royal court. 




Junior Prom iV 111 




Ashley Abraham 

"We are all apt to believe what the world 
believes about us." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Bran, Marc, love you 
guys. To my closest friends, good luck. 



Meredith Aherne 



Rebecca E. Albiti; 



"Seeing is believing. But for a lovelier view, "I've grown my wings, I want to fly, 



believe before you see, for that's how 
dreams come true." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Kristelle, Elyce, and 
friends. The memories will last a lifetime. 



Seize my victories where they lie." 

Thanks Mom and Abbey for your lov4( 
support. We finally made it guys! 





Ronald Anctil, III 



112 >V Seniors 



Geoffrey S. Archer 

"I think it's coming on the wind 
Just like you said it 
I think it's coming on the wind 
And I'm gonna let it." 



I'd like to thank everybody; that way I won't 
forget anyone. 



Steven D. Armstrcag 

"Two roads diverged in a wood, and 
I took the one less travelled by. 
And that has made all the difference. ' 

Thanks Mom. Dad, Rob, and Jenn fc ill i 
support over the last twelve years. 




Timothy J. Arnold 

: will be will be." 

s Mom and Dad and Kerry for all your 
could not have made it without you 



Lindsey Audette 



Daniel R. Aukstikalnis 



'Blackbird singing in the dead of night. Take "You can do anything you want to do. 



these broken wings and learn to fly. All your 
life, you were only waiting for this moment 
to arrive." 

Thanks to family, the crew, Coley, Michelle, 
and as always, Doreen. 



You may have to do it a little differently, but 
you can do it." 

Much love and thanks to Mom and Dad, Al, 
Andrew, Auzzie, and all my friends. 




Kerry L. Ayer 

ing time, every new beginning comes 
some other beginnings end." 

cs Mom, Dad, Katie, and friends for 
ig me get this far- 1 love you. 



Kristen M. Baldner 

"When I think about the times we've spent 
together, the best memories are those when 
we did nothing special. We simply talked, 
walked, lived." 

We share great memories! Thanks Mom, 
Dad, Jill, Ryan, Laura, Tracey, and friends! 



Karen M. Ballantine 

"...to follow that star. No matter how 
hopeless... No matter how far." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Dj, and Matt. I love you. 
Friends, I'll never forget you. 



Seniors iV 113 




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Amy Balzotti 

'"Believe that life is worth living and your 
belief will help you create the fact." 

Thanks and love to my family and friends, 
without whom nothing could be possible. 



Michael Barkas 



Jennifer Barresi 



"It is no sin to attempt and fail. The only sin "We cannot go back and make a new sUn| 
is not to make an attempt at all." but we can start now to make a new endi 






Thanks Mom and Dad. You made the 
difference. Good luck to my friends. I li 
you all. 




Jennifer A. Batson 

"There's a bit of magic in everything and 
then some loss to even things out." 



To those I know, have known, and will ever 
know, thanks. My angels everywhere, linger 



114 >? Seniors 



Brian Bearse 



Samantha Beaton 

"Wheresoever you go, go with all youi 
heart." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Dan, Chris. I lovefi 
Good luck to Kelly and all of my frier:. 




Jeffrey D. Benelli 

tearly bird may get the worm, but the 
d mouse gets the cheese." 

cs to all who made this happen. 



Theodore J. Benner 

"Let us so live that when we come to die 
even the undertaker will be sorry." 

Thanks family and friends for all the help. 
Tobi. thanks for the memories. 



Adam B. Betters 

"Searching for yourself is one of the hardest 
things in life. Once you've found yourself, 
everything else falls in place." 

Thanks to both my parents, and all my 
friends for always being there. 




Nicole L. Blair 

i specal need that's within us, brings out 
sst, yet worst in us. Follow the passion 
; within you. Living the truth will set 
tee." 



Kelly A. Blakeman 

"Leaving reminds us of what we can part 
with and what we can't, then offers us 
something to look forward to, to dream 
about." 



James Blandino 



ks, Mom, I couldn't do it without you. 
ks, Devon, Nichole, Alii, Coach Turley 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Kevin, Christopher, and 
Jason. I love you all. 



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Seniors "& 115 




Emily M. Bogdanski Doreen G. Boidleau 



Thomas Borchert 



"Don't be afraid of the space between "Do not follow where the path may lead. "Du musst herrschen und gewinnen, 

dreams and reality. If you can dream it. you Go instead where there is no path and leave a Oder dienen und verlieren, 
can make it happen." trail." Leiden oder triumphieren. 

Ambos oder Hammer sein. " 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Julie, Jill, Friends, and Thanks Mom and Dad, and Lindsey for 

Team. I couldn't have done it without you. being the best friend who ever lived. I thank my family and host family for al 

their support. You are great. 





Nicole Boschee 



Brianne Botto 



"Something was telling me that this would "Don't waste your time thinking about who 

shape my destiny. Take my hand, understand you ought to be, just be content with who 
you are not alone." you're becoming." 



Ryan Botto 



Thanks to all my family and friends for all 
the love, support, and hugs. I Love You! 



Mom & Dad, Lots of Love & Thank You. 
Frank, I hope I stay your princess forever. 



116 tV Seniors 




Brett Bouley 

em Your Dreams, and Find Hope, 
ffour Dreams, and Find Life." 



Jennifer H. Boyle 

"To the world you may be one person, 
but to one person you may be the world.' 



Christopher Bradley 



s Mom, Dad, Gregg, and all my family Thanks Mom, Dad, family, & friends, 
iends. I love you all. #2 




vleaghan E. Bradley 

p your face to the sunshine... 
'ou cannot see the shadows." 



: you all, Matt, And, Jenni, Ab, and 
tney. 



Melissa D. Bradley Christopher M. Brady 



"In the end it's all you got, memories to tell 
about your life and how you lived it, so live 
it good." 

Mom, Daddy, Jess, Sam, and Abby, thank 
you! To all my friends, you're the best. 



"The reward of a thing well done is to have 
done it." 



Seniors ^ 117 




Moira L. Brady 

"Not worth' asking who I'm suppose to be. 
Not worth saying seems I'm free." 

Thanks all my dearies - Mom, Dad, Sean. 
Aly. Mari, Billy, Lance and friends. 



Richard Breault, III 

"...and so fell the weight I never can lift, 
behind us the darkness between us the rift." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, and Amy. Good luck to 
all my friends. 



Justin Brennan 




Clayton Bricknell 



Amanda A. Bright 

"It's your goals, not their's. It's your dream, 
your creation, and your destination." 

Thanks Mom. Dad, Jen, Tony, Heather, Jill 
and the gang. John, always in my heart-143. 



Maureen A. Brockway 

"Mirrors do not reflect who we are; they 
only mimic what's outside." 

Thanks family, friends. Special thanks to 
Dad for being there. Joe, I love you always. 



118 iV Seniors 





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Andre T. Brown 

'e've all seen it, we've all lived it, and we 
ain't havin' it. Now we got to move on to 
nettling else." 

anks to my mom and brother Damian. All 
' friends, good luck and farewell. 






Katie M. Brown Daniel E. Buckingham, Jr. 



"Because you love me, I have found new 
joys that were not mine before: New stars 
have lightened up my sky with glories 
growing more and more." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Nancy and Susan. Adam, 
remember the good times. 



"The spirit, the will to win and the will to 
excel are the things that endure. These 
qualities are so much more important than 
the events that occur." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Shelley, Sheila, Sheri, 
C.J., friends; you have all been helpful. 




Christina A. Buckus 

hese days you might fill with laughter 
til you break. You might feel a shaft of 
;ht across your face. And when you do, 
u'U know how it was meant to be" 

lanks to my family; I love you all. To my 
ends: Congratulations and good luck. 



Jeffrey D. Buckus 

"Trust the Lord with all your heart, and do 
not rely on your own understanding. In all 
your ways acknowledge him, and he will 
make your paths smooth." 

Thanks Jesus, Larry, Mom, Dad, and youth 
group for all your support. 



Michael Bullock 

"A lion roars in the darkness; only he holds 
the key; a light to free me from my burden, 
and grant me life eternally." 

Mom, Dad, and family, I love you. 
Thanks for all your love and support. 



Seniors tV 119 




Elizabeth M. Burke 



Justin Burke 



Nathaniel Burke 



"You can say goodbye to people and the way "Limits were never meant to be barriers that "I've got pride and that's all I need." 



things were, but never say goodbye to 
memories." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, family, and friends for 
the support & memories. I love you always. 



keep you in, only starting points that suggest 
how much faster you could go out." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, family, and friends for 
all the memories. 



Thanks to family, friends, and to Scott and 
Michelle for always being there. 




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James M. Burns 




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Jason M. Bushell 

"It's all good with me!" 

My music shows: "All good things come to 
those with the fullest devotion!" 




Brian R. Butler 

"Memories of yesterday and dreams of 
tomorrow makes us what we are today" 

I would like to thank my Mom, Dad. Kath, 
Kevin. Steve, Kim, & friends. 



120 iV Seniors 




Nicholas S. Cabral 

ve been the king. I've been the clown stil 
oken wings can't hold rne down." 



Adam Campbell 

"It's not enough to be good if you have the 
ability to be better." 



Nicole Carbone 



om and Dad, thanks for all your love and 
pport over the years. 



Thanks to my parents and family. 




Michael Casey 

ear of danger is 10 thousand times more 
rifying than danger itself." 



Jared Cass 



"Between two evils, I always pick the one I 
never tried before." 



Thomas Chancholo 

"Only two things scare me and one is nuclear 
war . . ." 



tanks Mom, Dad, family, and friends. 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Lori, Dr. Sniff, Justin, 
Sara, and Mr. Miller. 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Amanda, Annie, Nana, & 
Buba. Class of "99" rock on! 



Seniors & 121 




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Shawn D. Chase 

"If you ever fall off the Sears Tower, 
just go real limp, because maybe you'll 
look like a dummy and people will try to 
catch you because, hey. free dummy." 

Much love to Mom, Dad, Scott, 
Colleen, Jennifer, and the crew. Thanks... 



Michael Cina 



Ryan F. Clarke 



"Be nice to people on your way up, because "Let me assert my firm belief that the only 
you'll meet them on your way down." thing we have to fear is fear itself." 



Thanks to Mom, Dad, Maria, Jaime, Jen, 
Nick, Grammy, Grampy, and Friends. 



Thanks Mom, Jack, and Andrea, Lauren 
and Lynne; you are the greatest. 




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Courtney M. Cleary 

"Maybe this year will be better than the 
last. I can't remember all the times I 
tried to tell myself to hold on to these 
moments as they pass." 

Thanks Dad, Mom, and CBKHKSMJD, I 
love you. Friends, thanks for the memories. 




Shannon Cobbett 

"But wherever they go and what happens 
to them on the way in that enchanted place 
on top of the forest, a little boy and his bear 
will always be playing." 



Jessica J. Cohen 

"This above all: to thine own self be true. 
And it must follow as the night the day, 
thou canst not then be false to any man." 

Thanks to my Dad for dealing with me and 
to my friends for keeping me sane! 



122 -ft Seniors 




Alicia M. Collins 

n the labyrinth of life, you are bound 
get lost once or twice..." 

ith love, thank you to my mother, Web, 
illiam. and Herbray. To Reesie. Katie, 
/n. hang in there. 



Lauren F. Colwell 

"Sometimes our light goes out but is blown 
into flame by another human being. Each 
of us owes deepest thanks to those who have 
rekindled this light." 

Thanks so much to Mom, Dad, Mike, 
Allison, Steven. You guys rock! 



Matthew Connors 




Shannon Connors 

'he key to life is self-realization" 

lanks Mom and Dad for everything. I love 
>u, Bobby, Jessica, Sarah, and the rest. 



Katharine J. Cram 

"Among these whom I like or admire, I can 
find no common denominator, but among 
those whom I love, I can: all of them make 
me laugh." 

Thanks to my family and friends. You all 
make me laugh. 



Tiffany L. Cregger 

"Shoot for the moon, if you miss you're still 
among the stars." 



Thanks Mom and Dad for always believing 
in me and for making me believe in myself. 



Seniors iV 123 




Cassandra L. Cronin 

"When the world says sit, do the Hustle!" 

To my family, I love you: without you, I'd be 
lost. Shawna. Joe. Rich, and Mike, I admire you! 



Gregory A. Croteau 

"Imagination is more important than 
knowledge.' 



To Mom. Dad for letting me dream;Ty, Doug 
for K-12; and Amy for believing in me. 



Keith Crowell 




Michelle Crowley 

"When you've seen beyond yourself, you may 
find peace of mind is waiting there, and the 
time may come when you see we're all one, 
and life flows on within you and without you." 

To my family, my friends, Lindsey and Nate: 
Thank you: I love you all so much. 



Mary E. Cunningham 

"It is only with the heart that one can see 
rightly: what is essential is invisible to the 
eye." 

Words cannot express the thanks and love I 
feel for my Mom, Dad, Laura, and Grace. 



Michael Dacey 

"Ability may get you to the top. but it takes. 
character to keep you there." 

Thanks Mom. Dad, Ryan. Adam. Dale, and 
friends for everything. 



124 tV Seniors 




Justin Davis 



Derek Deafonseca 



Shanna M. Deegan 

"We should all be concerned about the 
future; because we will have to spend the 
rest of our lives there." 

Thanks to my family, I love you. 
Leanne, B-F-F Heather, you're the best. 




Adam DelRosso 

nagination is the one weapon in the war 
ainst reality." 

anks Mom, Dad, Jill, Chris, Nick, Sean, 
avis, and everyone else. 



Brian Dennison 



Justin Dennison 



"I hope life isn't a big joke... because I don't "I love the friends I've gathered on this raft, 
get it." We've constructed pyramids in the honor of 

our escaping." 
Thanks Mom, Dad, family, for the support and 

encouragement. Thanks friends for the good Thanks Mom, Dad,Grace, Adam, Dee,and 

times. Steve.Thanks friends. Caitlin. I love you. 



Seniors vV 125 




John J. Dentino 



Sarah L. DeRoche 



"Obstacles are those frightful things you see "If you laugh a lot, when you get older, you 

when you take your eyes off your goal." have wrinkles in the right places." 

It is finally over. Thank you for guiding me To all my family and friends, thanks for 

through. Mom and Dad, Tom and Emily. being there. I love you all. 



Carey M. DesRosiers 

"He who finds himself without friends is li 
a body without a soul." 

Mom, Dad, Amie, and Katie, I love you. 1 
all my friends, make it last forever. 




Richard Devane 



Jill M. Donnelly 

"The future lies before you, like paths of 
pure white snow. Be careful how you tread 
it, for every step will show." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Ant, and friends. You 
made it all worth while. 



Mathew Donnelly 



126 ^.V Seniors 




Joseph E. Donovan 

listory will be kind to me for I intend to 
ite it." 



lank you Mom, Dad, Paul, and the rest of 
; family. I love you all. 



Jeanne-Marie Doten 

"Dreams can be as real as events. Or so it 
seemed to me afterwards. Now we are truly 
ready to begin. Let's turn the page, shall 
we." 

Immortal love to Mom, Dad, Anna, Casey, 
my Dark Angels, and Lestat. "Vampires?" 



Jeff Doyle 




Noal L. DuBois 

dl I want is a warm bed, a kind word, and 
limited power." 

mnks to Mom, Dad, Mari, Lindsay, 
elberg, Praetsch, Govoni, and Lemanman. 



Christine DuBuron 

"Speak only well of people and you need 
never whisper." 



Kimberly Duclos 

"Shoot for the moon, even if you fall short, 
you'll still be amongst the stars." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Mike, Brian and friends. 
You're the best. Good luck. 10/4/97 



Seniors iV 127 




Meaghan M. Duff 

"To be a leader you only need the desire to 
make a difference. Decisions you make large 
or small, matter. Your actions influence 
others forever. Live a life worth living." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, family & friends who 
make my desicions matter. 



Peter Dula 

I would like to thank my host family, the 
school, my friends and my parents. 



Laura C. Dunsford 

"The first and most important step towardi 
success is the feeling that we can succeed*! 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Stephen, Cheryl, Kimn 
Jeff and Eileen for your love and support. i 




Melissa J. Egan 



Bethany E. Eklund 



"Can't say life is easy. If I can get through "Seize the day, seize whatever you can, life 

its hardships, I know what I've gained. I've slips away just like hour glass sand, pray for 

got a stronger mind, heart and soul to pull me the grace from God's right hand, seize the 

through." day." 



Thanks Ma, you're the best. Dad, Dan, 
Jackie and everyone I love. 



Thanks mom, dad, Jess, Kirk, C.J., Pokie, I 
love you. Erika camp Haiti it has been fun. 



Eileen M. Elliott 

"Love when you can. Cry when you havtH 
Be who you must. That's all part of the p(f. 
Be happy." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Sandra, Ang. Love \fci 
all. Steph. wherever we go, there we'll b<\ 



128 X Seniors 




Sara A. Ellis 



Jennifer Ennis 



/e learned that goodbyes will always hurt; "Time. Don't let it slip away. Raise your 



tures never replace having been there; 
mories good or bad will bring tears; and 
rds can never replace feelings." 

inks Mom. Dad, Angela and Ann Marie, 
igratulations to all. I love you Matt! 



drinking glass, here's to yesterday. 



Michelle L. Erwin 

"Wherever you are it is your own friends 
who make your world." 



Thanks Mom, Dad. Juilie, Shell and friends! Thanks to my family and friends for all your 
I love you. Good luck class of '99! support. 




John R. Fanning 

:>n't compromise yourself, you are all 
I've got." 

inks to my family for all your love and 
port. To my friends, it's been real. 



Leanne Feleciano 



Jamie L. Ferreira 



"You are a unique creation, able to achieve "Always leave them laughing when you say 

all the goals that you set your mind and heart goodbye." 

on." 

Mom and Dad- Thanks for everything. You 
Thanks Mom, Danielle, Chrissy, Beth, and are my best friends. Love and Luck 1999! 

the class of '99 for a great four years! 



Seniors & 129 




Amy M. Festa 

"Some people say that this or that person is 
not themselves. But the self is not the 
something one is. It is something one 
creates." 

Thanks to Mom, Dad. Ilda. Frank, Tony, and 
all my friends. Love you all!!! 



Ellen R. Ficks 

"Yes there are two paths you can go by, but 
in the long run there's still time to change 
the road you're on." 

All my love to my family and S.L friends, 
especially to Daryl, Gina. Amy, and Jenn. 



Anthony D. Ficocielll 

"Great minds must be ready not only to tj|j : 
opportunities, but to make them." 

I'd like to thank my family, friends, and 
everyone else who had helped me get her 




Anthony D. Fiumara 



Laura Flynn 



Andrew Foss 



"I'm happy being who I am- I wouldn't want "As you travel down the road of life, it is the "Life is full of adjustments" 



to be anybody else." 

Thanks guys, you know who you are. 



experience of yesterday that makes tomor- 
row exciting." 

Thanks Mom. Dad, John, & Kris. Love You. 
To my friends, thanks for the memories. 



Thanks to Mom, Dad, Katie, Kate, Matt, m. 
Jenny, you will always be with me. 



130 >V Seniors 




James Franzoni 



Derek Freitas 



Lani Fryer 

"Nobody puts Baby in a corner" 

Mom, Dad, Katie, Nana & family - 1 love 
you. Thank you, Buppa, my guardian angel 




Christine Fucillo 

ecome the kind of person who brightens a 
)m just by entering it!" 

1 Alicia and Gram- you're my strength. Ma 
Dad, I love you. Nan & Papa- 1 miss you! 



John F. Gage, Jr. 

"People who know little are usually great 
talkers, while men who know much say 
little." 

Thanks to all my friends, teachers, and 
family members who have helped me. 



Nicole S. Gainey 

"If you have built castles in the air, your 
work need not be lost, that is where they 
should be. Now, put the foundations under 
them." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Dan. Dee, Tim, Eliana, 
Todd. Caroline, my family and friends." 



Seniors iV 131 




Matthew Gallagher 

"Everything we know is within the terminol- 
ogy of the concepts of being and not being, 
many and single, true and untrue." 



David Gamble 



Michael Gauthier 




Tracey Geraghty 

"I've taken great liberty in telling you what I 
think. Maybe I've said what you didn't 
really want to hear. But thank you for 
listening anyway." 

Thanks Dad, Mom, Sis, Jackie, Kristen & 
friends for your support all these years. 



Brian J. Giampetro 

"A hero is not measured by the size of his 
strength, but by the strength of his heart." 

Thanks family and friends for being there for 
me. Nicole, I love you. 



Daniel J. Gilcoine 

Mom and Dad thanks for all the help. Dor 
change for anyone. Just be yourself. 



132 Zc Seniors 




Jaclyrt N. Gillis 

.-member yesterday, dream for tomorrow, 
; for today." 

'in. Dad. family, and friends thanks for all 
love and support you gave me. 



Shawna L. Gillis 

"Though you will meet many people in the 
future, never forget the good times spent 
with friends in the past." 

Thanks Mom, Dad Ash, Aim, and friends. 
Good Luck Class of '99! 



Casey J. Goonan 

"In wildness is the preservation of the world 
so seek the wolf in thyself." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Josh + Jaime. I love you 
all. Stacy, lots of love forever. 




Travis Gore 

ink you Mom, Dad, and Rachel. 
ppreciate everything you have done for 



Jamie E. Gorman 

"Don't sweat petty things and don't pet 
sweaty things." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Pat, and Chris for your 
support and all my friends for being there. 



Jonathan S. Gosselin 

"When I wake in the morning sunshine or 
the rains pouring, my 24 hours can start out 
butters, by the end of the day it's in the 
gutters." 

Thanks to my family for putting up with me, 
and to the Stick Figyaz for being there. 



Seniors "vY 133 




Christopher Gould Douglas G. Govoni, II 



"Always remember wherever you go, there 
you are." 

Thanks Mom and Dad for handling all the 
frustration I made you go through. You two 
did a great job. You were always there. 



"When you think that you have all the 
answers, that's when I change the ques- 
tions." 

Much love to Grandma, Deve, Greg, and 
everyone who has helped me overcome.1-4-3. 



Mitchell Green 

"Two roads diverged in the woods, and I - 

I took the one less traveled by, 

and that has made all the difference." 

Thanks to my mom and dad and to all the - 
teachers who helped me through the years > 




Thomas J. Green 

"Everything is funny, as long as it happens 
to somebody else." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Melissa, Brian. To the 
local riff-raff, the memories are for life. 



Sarah E. Haddock 

"Secure yourself to Heaven. Hold on tight 
the night has come. Fasten up your earthly 
burdens, you have just begun." 

Love to Mom and Dad, who enabled my 
success. It's been great. 



Heather L. Haen 

"The best mirror is an old friend." 

I love you Mom, Tom, Jay, Jill, Amanda il 
Shanna. Thanks for being there. 



134 iV Seniors 




Jacob Hall 



lowns to the left of me. Jokers to the right, 
1 stuck in the middle with you." 



Sarah Hanifan 



Justin M. Harding 

"If it wasn't for the last minute a lot of 
things wouldn't get done." 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Derek, Ryan, Pup, Jill 
and all my friends. Love you all. 





Sarah V. Harling 



James M. Harrison 



tie horror of getting up is unparalleled, and "If money is your hope for independence, 



m filled with amazement every morning 
en I find that I have done it." 

ve Mom, Dad, Steve and Linds. Thanks 
everything. 



you will never have it. The only real security 
that a man can have in this world is a reserve 
of knowledge, experience and ability." 

I give my utmost appreciation and gratitude 
to my family and friends for your support. 



Shawna K. Harty 

And for everything I learn, there are two I 
don't understand... It'd be nice to have an 
explanation but it's all right. 



Thanks to Mom, Dad, Sarah, Moira and Mari 
for all the laughs. 



Seniors Of 135 





Lynne G. Hassey 

"Dream as if you'll live forever 
Live as if you'll die today." 

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Karen, Sue, Ryan, 
Lauren, and my friends. 



Thomas F. Healy 

"It is the innovator, not the follower that wil 
make changes in the world." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Jim, family and friends. 



Sheryl L. Heefner 

"We are not to know why this and that 
masters us; real life makes no reply, only t 
it enraptures us. makes us familiar with it.'; 

Thanks to my family and to those who ha\a 
been there for me through it all. 




Daniel C. Helton 



Ryan M. Hinchey 



Christopher Hislop i 



"Never take life too seriously; after all. no "If one advances confidently in the direction "Chaos is future and beyond that is freedd. 



one gets out alive. 

Mom, I will never forget all you did for me. 
Dad, Chris, and Kevin, thanks for your help. 



of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life 
which he has imagined, he will meet with a 
success unexpected in common hours." 

Thank you to all my family and friends. 



Confusion is next and next after that is 
truth." 

Thank you family, Dad, Mom, Sibs, Jacly 
and to me for putting up with myself. 



136 ^V Seniors 




Kristen Hockney 



Henry L. Holmes, IV 



Shelia M. Holmes 



ass this way but once; any good I do, the "The only place where success comes before "So long to all my pain, Goodnight to any 



iness I show, let me do it now, for I shall work is the dictionary." 
er pass this way again." 



nks Mom, John, Matt, Nana I love you. 
:nds I love you all. Matt 1-4-3 forever. 



Thank you, Mom, Dad, Kate, Bobbi, Jay 
and all my friends. 



heartache. Goodbye sorrow, I won't cry no 
more I'm leaving tomorrow." 

I give my love to every one. Happy memories: 
Adrienne and Narissa. 




Andrea K. Horsley 



Dale A. Horsman 



Scott R. Horton 



is is the only life you have so you might "Success is how high you bounce when you 

veil make the most of it" hit bottom." 

e and thanks to everyone I know. To my Thanks Mom. Dad, coaches, Tara, Eric, and 

rids, don't ever forget the memories. Katie you were my inspiration. Love ya "99". 



Seniors "& 137 




John Hughes 



Paul D. Hunter 



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"More human than human." 


Thanks to Mom, Dad, 


and all my friends fcl 


all their support. 






Haley D. Ingle 

"Keep smiling. It makes people wonder 
what you've been up to." 

Thanks Mom. Noah, I love you. Lauren, 
Shell, Erin — Forever Friends. 



Deven Inglese 

"Rivers know this, there is no hurry; we 
should get there some day." 

Family, I love you with all my heart. To my 
friends, you're my support. I love you lots. 



Matthew C. Jeff ery 

"Foolery, sir, does walk about the orb lik& 
the sun; it shines everywhere." 



I'd like to thank everyone, my Mom, Dad 
Meaghan, and all my coaches and friends. 



138 ik Seniors 




lariah Jennings-Rampsi Bridget A. Johnson 



Melissa L. Johnson 



fould you tell me, please, which way I 
ht to go from here? That depends a good 
1 on where you want to get to.' Said the 
:shire-Cat." 



love to Dad, Mom and Jesse. Moira, 

an and those I've loved all along. Thanks. 



"Even if you're on the right track, you'll get "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen 



run over if you just sit there." 

Mom, Dad and all the fam, I love you guys! 
Lani, thanks for being you! 



yesterday and I love today." 

Thank you Mom, Dad, Stevie and Chris for 
all the love and support. You too Lisa! 




Jenni Lee Jones 

you haven't got anything nice to say 
ut anyone, come sit next to me." 

my family and friends, thanks for 
rything. Abbie, To Oz!" 



Brian Kaeneman 



Eric A. Kaf rawy 

"Education is an admirable thing, but it is 
worth remembering from time to time that 
nothing that is worth knowing can be 
taught." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Laila, and all my great 
friends for all your support these 12 years. 



Seniors & 139 




Joseph Keefe 



Gregory Kelley 



Kathryn M. Kellogg 



"You gotta have dreams to make it all worth "Life is young and you are young and there "Life is a precious gift. Don't waste it beii 



while.. .so as I take my time to realign, I 
wonder what it is I hope to find." 

Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. 
Thanks girls, friends, and hockey team. 



is time to kill today." 

Thanks to my parents for always being there 
for me and, to my friends, never give up. 



unhappy or dissatisfied in anything you doi 

Mom, Dad, and Dan-Thanks for everythin;i 
Team, J Friends-thanks for the good times." 




Amanda S. Kelly 

"In my mind and my sorrow in the promise 
of tomorrow. I will never let you part, for 
you are always in my heart." 



Brian J. Kelly 

"The woods are lovely, dark and deep but I 
have promises to keep, and miles to go 
before I sleep." 



David Kelly 



To my Mom, Dad, Jen, Laura, Liz and so 
many more, thanks for everything. 



Mom and Dad, thanks for life and love, 
and Melissa, thanks for being there. 



Kim 



140 >V Seniors 



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Jenny M. Killinger 

me people come into our lives and 
:kly go. Some stay for awhile and leave 
prints on our hearts, and we are never, 
r the same." 



nks Mom, Dad and Katie. I love you, 
1. Friends, memories last forever. 



Melissa L. Klepper 

"How lucky I am to have something that 
makes saying goodbye so hard." 



Thanks family and friends for all your love 
and support. 



Lauren E. Kopper 

"Life is so precious, and we've only got one 
shot, so if you move along and you stay 
strong, all treasures will be got." 

Thanks for everything Mom and Dad; Jess, 
Hae, Shell and Erin, you're the best! 




Joseph Kraft 

al with it!" 

nks to Mom and Dad, Eric and Lauren 
being there. 



Michael J. Kubicki 

"Well done is better than well said." 

Thanks to all who helped me on this long 
journey, especially my mom. I did it! 



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Zofia K. Kurczewska 

"If I speak in the tongue of men and of 
angels, but have not love, I am only a 
resounding gong or a clanging cymbal." 

Thank you, my wonderful Mom, for your 
love. 



Seniors "iV 141 












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Kevin A. Labrecque 



Ronja N. LaBrecque 




"Whenever you find that you are on the side "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can!" 
of the majority, it is time to reform." 

Thanks Mom, Dad. and Danielle. Good luck 
My thanks & love to my friends, family, & everyone; I hope you succeed! 

everyone who put up with me during school. 







Michael R. Lane 



Danielle L. Lawn 



Christopher Van Let 



"The true athlete should have character, not "Within our dreams and aspirations we find "I'm sick of painting in black and white, • 

be a character." our opportunities." My pen is dry. now I'm uptight. 

So sick of limiting myself. 

Thank you Mum, Dad, Jen, Jackie, and Thanks Dad. Mom, Nan, Family and Friends. To fit your definition." 

Uncle Dickie. Tommy, I love you more than anything. 

Love and Respect go out to Dad, Mom, J?- 
Cloud Come Shove The Sun Aside. 



142 iV Seniors 




Jeremiah Lebsock 



Marissa H. Lederman 

"Life is just a mystery that I'm out to solve.' 

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Alicia, Nicole. Kate , 
and Lynn. Love you always and forever! 



Darcy A. Ledwell 

"Only as high as I reach can I grow, 
Only as far as I seek can I go. 
Only as deep as I look can I see. 
Only as much as I dream can I be." 



I love you Mom, Dad, Caitlin, Paul, and 
Daniel. Family and Friends Forever! 




. Francis Lemanksi, II Allison B. Leshefsky 



fe goes by fast. If you don't stop to look 
md once in a while, you could miss it." 



"We were so naive as kids that we used to 
sneak behind the barn and do nothing." 



nks to my family, my mates, my bros, the Meg, may you be successful. Annie, my 
nharts and to Alison, someday? little cabbage head, keep shining. 



Jill E. Levandoski 

"Do not go where the path may lead, go 
instead where there is no path and leave a 
trail." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Greg, and Andrew, and 
friends. Good luck class of '99!! 



Seniors ft 143 




Danielle N. Levy 

"Life is a promise; fulfill it" 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Josh, Dean, Deven, 
Leanne, and friends. 1-4-3! 



Ian Lindvall 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Amanda, Janet, Jack, 
Ken, Annette, and Kelly. 



Ryan Lively 




Cheryl A. Loiselle 

"Life's truest happiness is found in 
friendships we make along the way." 



Mom, Dad, Jeff, Andy, Laura, Kimmy, and 
Tony. Thanks for all your love and support. 



Matthew Long 

"A coach said to me, T saw quit in your 
eyes.' After this, I made sure I never heard 
this phrase again." 

Thank you to my family, friends, and 
teachers, especially Mr. and Mrs. Anti. 



Meagan E. Long 

"You will find, as you look back upon y\!r 
life, that the moments that stand out are -\ s 
moments when you have done things foi^ 
others..." 

Thanks to my family and friends for all 1 
good memories. You will always be witlne 



144 >V Seniors 





Pamela J. Lozzi 



Coleman J. Lunt 



"Opportunity is knocking." 



ike the most of memories; they're the 

; possession you've got. Just be sure you 

:e happy memories, for they never can be Thanks Mom, Phil. Mary, Steph, John, and 

ght." the crew. I love you, Lindsey. Peace Out. 



Abby L. Luque 

"Two men look out through the same bars: 
one sees the mud, and one the stars." 



Thanks to everyone, you're the best! 



nks Mom, Dad, Dan. and friends for all 
r love. Brian, always in my heart. 




Caitlin A. Lutton 



Abbie B. Lydon 



life what sometimes appears as the end is "Hold on to 16 as long as you can, changes 
ly a new beginning." 



.nks Mom, Dad. and Erin, I love you! To 
in and friends, I will miss you. 



come around real soon that make us women 
and men." 

Dad, Kelly, my grandparents, 1-4-3. George. 
I love you. Jenni, to Oz? 



Raymond Lynch 

"The difference between a successful person 
and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack 
of knowledge, but rather a lack of will." 

I would like to thank my family and friends 
for always being there. 



Seniors iV 145 





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Melissa MacDonald 




Patrick MacDonald 

I'd like to thank my Mom. Dad, Kellie & 
Kristen, Rosie & Jackie. 



Amanda MacPhelerrn 

"We need time to dream, time to rememt 
and time to reach the infinite. We need ti' 
to be." 



Mom and Dad, I love you, and thanks tot 
for your support. Henry, I love you. 




Sarah J. Maguire 



Joseph E. Malone 



"Don't be afraid of the space between your "It's not your blue blood, your pedigree or 
dreams and reality. If you can dream it, you your college degree. It's what you do with 
can make it so." your life that counts." 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Amy, Matt, Brianne, 
Shannon, Katie & Jay. My good friends 
forever. 



To all of my friends and family, thank you 
for all of your love and support. 



Jessica Marconi 

"These are the days now that we must say 
and enjoy as we can. These are the days ll 
will last forever." 

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Cate, Liz, and my . 
friends. I love you all. 



146 sY Seniors 




Paula N. Margotto 



Michael J. Mari 



ien a human being rises to being a dream "Impossible is a word to be found only in the 



he spreads all the strength that is in your 
, all of the universe goes with him." 

nks everybody who is making it possible, 
:cially my mom and my host family. 



dictionary of fools" 

Thanks to my family and friends. 



Dominique Maribett 

"...maybe if we are surrounded in beauty, 
someday we will become what we see... I'd 
rather see the world from another angle, we 
are everyday angels..." 



Thanks Mama & Papa, Mrs. Woodhouse, for 
the past four years. 




Susan M. Marino 

Iways knew I would look back at the bad 
:s and laugh, but I never thought I would 
: back at the good times and cry." 

nks to my family & friends. I couldn't 
5 done it without your help. I love you 



Elizabeth A. Martin 

"Through journeys untold and hardships 
unnumbered, I have fought my way here." 

Thank you to Mom, Dad, Scott, Jay & all my 
other friends who kept me smiling. 



Jade M. Martin 

"And you can't fight the tears that ain't 
coming or the moment of truth in your lies" 

Thanks to my grandparents, Alicia, Nichole, 
Mike, Cheyenne, and Dakota. 



Seniors ft 147 




Andrew Mason 

"If you don't fail now and again, it's a sign 
you're playing it safe." 



Michael Masscotte 

"The man who never makes a mistake must 
get tired of doing nothing." 



John Mather 

"From what we get we can make a living,, 
what we give, however, makes a life." 



Mom, Dad, Joe, Kate: Thanks for being Thanks to all my family and friends for all of Thanks Mom. Dad. Lauren, Mark, Karen,i 

there. Friends, I love you. Memories forever! your support. Chris, and my high school sweetheart, Lis. 




Jillian D. Mattie 



Michael M. Mazzilli 



"I have never liked being hit without striking "The world is so full of a number of things, 

back." I'm sure we'll all be as happy as kings." 

Thanks Mom for all your love and for always Thanks Mom, Dad, Tony and my friends 

being there. Same for my true friends. for always supporting me. We made it. 



Meghan McAuliffe; 

"From childhood's hour I have not been i 
others were, I have not seen as others savi 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Dan, and everyone el 



148 tV Seniors 




Meghan McCoy 



is is simple, and it's true 

re's a shining light all around you." 



Erin McDonald 



"I saw two clouds at morning 

Tinged by the rising sun, 

And in the dawn they floated on 

nks to my family and friends. Good Luck And mingled into one." 

ie class of '99. We made it! 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Dana. Joe. and everyone 
else for every bit of help you gave me. 



Stacie McGibbon 

Thank you Mom, Bob, Paul, Jessica, and 
Amanda! Samantha, you are my inspira- 
tion. I love you all! 




Michael P. McGrale 

/ant to get away. I want to fly away. I 
it to see the stars. The milky way and 
a Mars." 

all my family and friends. Thanks for the 
port and love. It kept me going. 



Sara J. McKinnon 

"Climb high. Climb far. 

Your goal the sky. Your aim the star." 

Thanks to everyone, I love you Mom, Katie, 
all my friends. Amy and Melissa BFF! 



Joshua McPhail 

"Out for my own, out to be free, 
One with my mind, they just can't see. 
No need to hear the things that they say, 
Life is for my own to live my own way." 

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Brandon and Amanda, 
I couldn't have done it without you. 



Seniors ^V 149 





Jason McPhee 

"Here is a test to see if your mission on earth 
is complete: If you're alive, it isn't." 

Thank you to my family, my friends, and 
to myself, for always being there. 



Amy E. McQuiggan 

"How can I possibly compress four years 
into a group of abbreviations and names 
of bands? I hope we've amounted to more 
than this." 



Thank you Mom, Dad, Alicia. Grandma, 
Uncle Tom, family and friends Love ya. 



Stacy L. McSharry 

"Spread your wings and prepare to fly. fon 
you have become a butterfly." 

Mom & Dad, I could not have done this 
without you. To those who stood by me, ,] 
thanks. 




Patrick McSweeney 



Erin L. McWilliams 

"Dream as if you'll live forever and live as if 
you'll die tomorrow." 

Thanks for everything. Mom and Dad. Shell, 
Hae, Lau— you're the best. Tim, I love you. 



Carlos Medina 



150 ^t Seniors 




Michael Melanson 



Frank Melberg 



me grabs you by the wrist, directs you "It is not the end 

:re to go. So make the best of this test, It is not even the beginning of the end 

don't ask why. It's not a question, but a But it is the end of the beginning" 
on learned in time." 

Thanks to my Mom, Matt, and Shayna. Also 

nk you to my Mom, Dad, Lisa, Paul, thanks Noal, Doug, Dom, and Lemanski. 
ly, Ashley and all my friends. 



Scott Melone 

"Life's a Journey not a destination." 
Thank Mom, Dad, Bob, Caitlin and friends 




Michael R. Mendes 

n just as guilty for doing things as I am 
not doing things." 

inks to my friends and family who have 
)d by me through my school career. 



Matthew Merrill 

"Do common things in life in an uncommon 
way." 

To my family for your love and support. 
Friends & Kristen, thanks for so much. 



Nathaniel A. Merritt 

"Fate can only take you so far, and once it 
gets you there, it is up to you" 

Thanks to my family and friends for the love 
and help. Later, Silver Lake. 



Seniors iV 151 




Casey Meserve 

"Where are the feasts we were promised?" 

Thanks Dad, Mary, Kevin, Jeremy, Sarah and 
Jon. Mom, I did it for two people. I love you. 



Sarah Metcalf 

"Quid primum querar?" 

Thank you, Sam, Sarah, Magistra, Daisy, 
Tim, and Laker Marching Band. 



Emily Sun Miller 

"Before you criticize someone, you shoul 
walk a mile in their shoes, that way, whet 
they get mad at you, you are a mile awayi 
from them and they have no shoes." 



Thank you to my family and friends. I 
couldn't have done it without you. 




Kate Miller 



Russell Monroe 



James M. Mori 



"Sometimes the briefest moments capture us, "If you can't convince them, confuse them." 
force us to take them in, and demand that we 

live the rest of our lives in reference to I would like to thank my family and friends 

them." for the support they have given me. 

To my family, friends, Jen, The Tobins and 
Sullivans for their love and support. 



152 "& Seniors 




Jennifer Morris 

ooh, promise you won't forget about me, 
;r. Not even when I'm a hundred." 
ow old shall I be then?" 
inety-nine." "I promise," he said." 

anks to my family and true friends, 
jecially Daddy. Jake, Dom and Mrs. K. 



Jeffrey A. Morse 



Michelle D. Murphy 

"Seeing is believing but for a lovelier view, 
believe before you see for that's how dreams 
come true...." 

Thanks Mom and Nana, I Love you. Erin, 
Lau and Hae friends forever! 




Michael Murzyn 

or what you have had to endure and what 
u have put others through." 

tanks Mom, Dad, Matt, Sara and especially 
ira. Didn't think I would see this day. 



Nicholas Muylle 



John Nason 



Seniors 2f 153 




Derick A. Naumann 

"We learned the answers, all the answers; 
It is the question that we do not know." 

Mom and Dad thanks for your support, I love 
you. Eric, Carey, and friends, I'll miss you. 



Patricia A. Nelson 

"Although we've had the laughs, the tears 
too, it's what helped get us through the 
years. Friends always listen, family always 
cares. They make it worth missing." 

Thanks to everyone for everything. Nick, 
you're in my heart and thoughts always. 



Katherine L. Newton 

"There are always two choices, two paths 
take. One is easy. And its only reward is 1 1 
it's easy." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Jenny, Ben, Nana, ana 
friends. I love you!!! 





Marcia D. Nguyen 

"No matter what happens keep on smiling, 
and when life hands you a lemon, make some 
lemonade." 



Thanks Mom and Baba. To my family, 
friends, and class of '99,' I love you. 



Ewa T. Nowicki 

"I aspire to live from art, decently, without 
having to ask anyone for a favor." 

Thank you Mama, Ania, Oles, Stefan, 
Friends, and Family. 



Jillian E. O'Connell 

"The most wasted of all days is one day 
without laughter." 



Thanks Ma. Dad, Donna & family. Love J»u 
Mike. The Crew, I'll never forget you. 



154 % Seniors 




Shaun M. O'Leary 

you want to improve, you've got to 
lieve in yourself. You've also got to 
!ieve that you are improving and do 
;rything you can to improve." 

/ould like to thank my family and 
in M. and Mike C. Thank you! 



Keith J. O'Meara 



Scott O'Neil 



"We are not permitted to choose the frame of "Hope is when we feel the pain that makes 



our own destiny, but what we put into it is 
ours." 

Thanks to my family and to the people who 
I owe my memories to. 



us try again." 

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Kevin and all my true 
friends, you know the group. I love you all. 




Rachael L. Oliveira 

/hoso proclaims a false gift is like 
iuds and wind without rain." 

ank you to my family, friends, and 
ichers who cared. 



Daniel Orcutt 

"We cross bridges and burn them behind us 
with nothing to show for our progress except 
a memory of the smell of smoke and 
a presumption our eyes once watered." 



Kevin Ormsbee 



Seniors ik 155 




Anthony Oteri 



William A. Palma 



Michelle D. Parezo 



"When you are playing for the national 
championship, it's not a matter of life or 
death. It"s more important than that." 



"Dreams can be deceiving like faces are to: 
hearts, but they serve for sweet relieving t 
when reality and fantasy lie too far apart." 



Thanks MortH-Dad. Nicole. Bobby. Andrea. 
Jayson for always being there. Love Always. 



Thanks Mom. Dad. Nikld. I made it- 
Thanks to all mv friends. I Love You All. 




Robert H. Parker, Jr. 

"don't let your life wrap around you 
don't forget to call, whenever, 
i'll be here just waiting for you 
i'll be under your stars forever" 

Thanks Mom, Dad and everyone else who 
played a role in my little universe. 



Jennifer E. Peebles 

"I have learned that to be with those I like is 
enough." 

Thanks family and friends. Cory, you are 
forever in my heart. I love you. 1 1-28-97. 



Francis W. Perry 

Thanks to Rizz. Consolati. and all those w 
love me. 



156 > S 



emors 




Jennifer L. Perry 

iere are two paths you can go by but in 
long run, there's still time to change the 
i you're on." 

inks to Daddy, Nana, the Parkers and all 
friends for all your support. 



Lauren Perry 

"I shall miss these things when it all rolls 
by." 

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Matt, and friends. I 
couldn't have done it without you. 



Brian Peterson 

"You're all that I need, I'll be there for you. 
If you keep it real with me, I'll keep it real 
with you..." 

Thanks to all my friends and family for all 
the support through the years. 




Joshua Peterson 



Wayne L. Pf orr, Jr. 

"Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if 
you'll die today." 



Jason Phaneuf 



"Life is full of changes 

Best friends are soon strangers" 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Cristy, Grandparents, 
and my friends for the help and good times. 



Everyone who believed in me, I love you. 



Seniors tV 157 




Melissa A. Pierce 

"Laugh and grow fat." 

Thanks to my Mama and Papa. Kerri-thanks 
for the memories. 



Joseph L. Pilling 



Justin Pilotte 

"Know thyself? If I knew myself, I'd run 
away." 

Thanks, guys. 




Joshua Place 

"The two hardest things to handle in life are 
failure and success." 

Thanks Mom & Dad for everything. I love you, 
family. SL football & baseball. 



Robert Poole 



Matthew R. Praetsch 

Thanks Mom, Dad, coaches, Mark, Sarah, 
and the boys. 



158 ^V Seniors 







Jonathan Pratt 



Melissa Prebensen 

"You can always get what you want, but if 
you try sometimes, you just might find what 
you need." 



Ronald E. Raasch 

"Give us the tools, and we will finish the 
job." 



Thanks Mom & Dad for all the love & 
support. I love you! Deven B/F/F 




Stacy L. Reddy 

it for today because there might not be a 
orrow." 



nks Mom, Dad, Den, Ash, and Casey. I 

■ you all very much. 



Kaitlyn A. Rhue 

"People are like stained-glass windows. 
They sparkle when the sun is out, but when 
darkness sets in, true beauty is revealed only 
if there is light within. 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Laulie, and Kelpa for 
knowing how to make my heart smile. 



Dominic P. Ricciarelli 

"Where we come from no longer signifies. 
It's where we go, and what we do when we 
get there, that tells us who we are." 

Thanks to my family and friends. My friends 
Melly, Noal, Dougie. Lamanman. 



Seniors >V 159 




Leanne Riccio 

"I've learned that we don't have to change 
friends, if we understand that friends 
change." 

Thank you, family and friends. I love you. 
You are in my heart forever. Class of '99'. 



Daniel P. Richloff 

"So lose yourself to find yourself. Don't 
need to act like nobody else. Sometimes it 
feels as if the road is blocked. I'll find a way 
to move those rocks." 

Love and respect go out to my family, 
friends, and Gramps for keeping it real. 



Thomas L. Ricketts 

"When an opportunity comes along, seizes 
You'll regret the chances you didn't takef 
more than the ones you did." 

Dad, thanks for everything. 




Rachel M. Robinson 

"This above all: to thine ownself be true." 

To Aly, Jeff, Katherine, Nessa, and my 
family. Thanks for everything. 



Christine Rockett 

"Hold on to 16 as long as you can, changes 
come around real soon to make us women 
and men." 



David Rollins 

"Forget the simple things because life cam 
a simple thing, or it can be a hardship thalf 
you could endure for the rest of you life.'B 



Thanks. Mom, Dad, John, and all my friends. I would like to thank my Mom and Step- 
I couldn't have done it without you. Dad. 



160 A Seniors 




Myles Rollins 



Jennifer M. Rossi 



Eric Royek 



ion may not always bring happiness, but "In the blink of an eye, it all flashed by, but I "Accumulate all the knowledge you can get 

is no happiness without action." will remember it with a smile." and teach it to others." 

ks Mom, Dad, Leigh, Sean, and Lauren, Thanks, Mom, Dad, Rich, Shawn, and 

11 your help and support. I love you. friends. I love you all. 




Destiny L. Ruprecht 

m quiet homes and first beginning, out 
e undiscovered end, there's nothing 
h the wear of winning, but the laughter 
the love of friends." 

y thanks to Mom, Dad, my big brother, 
friends. 



Brian M. Samuel 

"Of all the things I value most in life, I see 
my memories and feel their warmth and 
know that they are good. You know that I 
should." 

Thanks to all my family, especially my mom, 
for keeping my head on straight. 



Heidi P. Sanderson 

"A moment lasts all of a second, but the 
memory lives on forever." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Andy, Sara, Alison, and 
friends for all your support. You're the best. 



Seniors ik 161 




John Santilli 



Matthew O. Savastano Jennifer L. Savilonis 

"Good-byes make you think, they make you "Life's a journey not a destination and I j : 

realize what you've had, what you've lost, " 
and what you've taken for granted." 



Thanks to Mom. Dad, Lori, Bob, Tim, and 
Mark. Sara, I owe you the world. 



can't tell what tomorrow brings.' 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Daniel, and all my 
friends for your love and support. I love m 
all! 




Rachael Schulze 

"Yep, I said it before, and I'll say it again: 
Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop to 
look around once in a while, you could 
miss it." 

I got by with a little help from my friends, 
thanks guys. 



Jared Sears 



Maximilian B. Shaffir 

"Sometimes you can observe a lot by 
watching." 

Thanks to all who have believed in me. 



162 lA" Seniors 




<imberly Shepherd 

ow we're headed somewhere. I can see 
far we've come. Yet I can't remember 
'thing, but I can remember having fun." 

ks Mom, Dad, Kelly-I love you. To all 
•iends-Good luck. I'll miss you! 



Jodi A. Simeone 



Nicholas Simmons 

Thanks Mom. Dad and Jake. 




Heather B. Sites 



Shawna M. Slowey 



Craig J. Small 



sver, and forever, farewell, friends! If "Don't you sail upon the shore and say "Thanks to anyone who ever had anything to 

o meet again, why we shall smile; If not, you're satisfied. Choose to chance the rapids do with anything I ever did." 
then this parting was well made." and dare to dance the tide." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Marcus, and My boys, 
iks Mom, Dad, Jessie, team, friends. Thanks Mom, Dad, Charlene, and Tommy-I 

:r let go of the memories. love you! Cassie-the list is never-ending. 



Senior tV 163 




Clifford W. Snavely, Jr Joffrey D. Spaulding Benjamin H. Spence 



"You only live once. Come have some fun. 

Thanks to Mom and Dad for being great 
parents. Thanks for everything, guys. 



"I know my dreams will take me where I "I must create a system or be enslaved bj 

want to go, 'cause yesterday I proved it, and another man's. I will not reason and 
today I know it's so." compare; my business is to create." 



Thanks to Mom, Dad, Noah. Todd and 
everyone that made me laugh. 



Thanks to my family, I love you. And toy 
friends for life: J. P., John, and Greg. 




Jessica M. Spurr 

"How can you face the world, when you 
can't face the mirror.... How can you live 
life with blood on your hands?" 



Jason Standish 

Thanks Mom, Dad. Kim, and Jessica. You 
guys were a great help. Palma, what's up 
dude. 



Kelly Stanton 

"Take time and seize the day, because at' 
today's gone, you'll never have the char 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Sean, Seven day Curse, 
Eric, Fred and the SL Crew. 



Thanks to family and friends for support 
Thanks Hoi and Mom for being there. 



164 & Seniors 




Lindsay J. Staten 

;grity without knowledge is weak and 
;ss, and knowledge without integrity is 
;erous and dreadful." 



Scott Sten 



John Sterrett 



i you Mom and Dad. Thanks Jess and 
h. Noal, "I want to be there." 




Byron P. Stevens 

lg you live and high you fly, and smiles 
11 give and tears you'll cry, and you 
h all you see, is all your life will be." 

)ks Mom, Dad, Missy, Russ, Mike and 
a, and all my friends for being there. 



Samantha Stevens 

"You can't make footprints in the sands of 
time if you're sitting on your butt. And who 
wants to make buttprints in the sands of 
time?" 

Its seems like I just got here; now it's time to 
leave. Thanks Mom, Dad, Matt, and Ben. 



Jill Stevenson 



Seniors "& 165 




Kelly J. Stieghorst 

"You can't live a perfect day without doing 
something for someone who will never be 
able to repay you." 

Thanks Mom and Dad for the support and to 
everyone who helped me through it all! 



Stephanie M. Sturge 

"Do not follow where the path may lead, go 
instead where there is no path and leave a 
trail." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Aimee, Lori, Andy, 
Eileen; wherever we go there we are! 



Anne L. Sullivan 

"To live is to suffer; to survive is to find 
some meaning in the suffering." 

Dad, Mom and Paul, thanks for standing : 
Thank you John and my friends, I love y(\ 




David Suppa 



"The difference between stupidity and 
genius is that genius has its limits." 



Bradley A. Sweeney 

"After climbing a great hill, one only finds 
that there are many more hills to climb." 



Thank you family, friends and teachers who Thanks Mom, Dad, family and all my 
passed me. friends. 



Alison J. Swinhartl 

"If you love someone, let them go. If thei 
return to you, it was meant to be. If they j 
don't, their love was never yours to begi. 
with." 

Thanks Ma, Dad, Steve, Heidi, Nate and ia. 
Frankie- Maybe again someday. Jellies! 



166 ik Seniors 




Benjamin C. Teich 

: have nothing to fear, but fear itself." 

nks Mom, Greg, Johanna, and especially 
Dad for being the source of my strength. 




Hans N. Terbush 



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Jacqueline S. Thomas 

"Everything I want to be, is just another silly 
dream, I'll keep dreaming just the same!" 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Barb, family and friends. 




Daniel Thompson 

e best way to predict the future is to 
:nt it." 



nks to my friends and family for their 
: and support. 



Meredith L. Thompson 

"Each of us is given a pocketful of time to 
spend however we may. We use what we 
will, we waste what we will, but we can 
never get back a day." 

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Greg and all my 
friends, I love you all. Good Luck. 



Jeremy Till 



Seniors ik 167 




Michael Tolman 



Thomas K. Toppan 



"Twenty years from now you will be more "Truth has no path. Truth is living and, 

disappointed by the things you didn't do than therefore, changing." 
by the ones you did." 

Shout out to all my boys, you know who you 
Thank you to my true friends and family are. Thanks Mom and Dad. 

who believed in me and stayed true. 



Edward Torrey 



Brooke Townsend 



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Lisa Traficante 

"What lies behind us and what lies before us 
are tiny matters compared to what lies within 
us." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Jen, David, and Missy. 
Good Luck Class of 99! 



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Wesley L. Tunks 

"I am always doing that which I can not dc 
in order that I may leam how to do it." 

Thank you family and friends. 
I love you. 




Shawn Turner 



Kimberly A. Turpen 



"Don't let anyone look down on you because "Besides pride, loyalty, heart, and mind, 
you're young, but set an example... confidence is the key to all the locks." 



Thanks to my parents, Danielle, Mr. Mac, 
Meghan, Amy, & Greg. Love you all! 




Russell S.Tyler 



Thanks Mom, Dad, and, Jen for every- 
thing. Good luck to everyone. 




Lisa M. Venezia 

'i; away there in the sunshine are my 
li lest aspirations. I may not reach them, but 
ci look up and see their beauty, believe in 
ho and try to follow where they lead." 

Riks to Dad, Mom, Cheryl, and Karen. 
m to John for his support. I love You. 



John P. Vercollone 



Nicole M. Vickery 

"To dream of the person you would like to 
be is the waste of the person you are" 

Thanks family and friends for your support. 
Brian, I have and will always love you. 



Seniors & 169 




Christine L. Waitt 



Robert C. Walker, Jr. 



Kathryn Wallace 



'If one advances confidently in the direction "...that is what learning is. You suddenly 



of his dreams and endeavors to live the life 
which he has imagined, he will meet with a 
success unexpected in common hours." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Lindsey and Brad for 
your love and encouragement. 



understand something you've understood a 
your life, but in a new way." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Alicia, Nik-wu, Linettei 
Marisa, & everyone who has touched my lii 





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Michael T. Walsh 

"The unknown are not deeply missed, yet the 
known will be loved forever." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Dave, Brian, Steve, and 
Neil. 




Jay Warner 



Jacqueline C. Waters 

"Future, that period of time in which our 
affairs prosper, our friends are true, and 01 
happiness is assured." 

Thanks Mom, Bob, and Garrett. To all my 
friends, good luck in the future. 



170 ^ Seniors 




Jillian M. Wentworth 



Andrew P. West 



I my dreams, I was drowning in my "There is the greatest practical benefit in 

..rows, and in my sorrow I learned to fly." making a few failures early in life." 

1 ink you to my family and friends for your Thanks Mom, Dad, Josh, and all my 

i e and support. friends !:=) 



Joshua W. West 

"Life is ours, we live it our way..." 
Thanks to my family and friends. 




Kerri A. Whealan 

"iendship may, and often does, grow into 
lcs, but love never subsides into friend- 
sb." 



Kimberly D. White 



Norman White 



"You've got to trust your instincts, and let go "Drive for show— Putt for dough." 

of regret. You've got to bet on yourself, now 

Star, cause that's your best bet." Thank you to all my family and friends. 



Links to Mom, Dad, Kev, Em, Melissa, and Thank you Mom, Dad, and Family for your 
d love to Steve. Good luck class of '99! love and support - 1 love you guys. 



Seniors Hi 171 








Sean Williams 




Lee Willis 



Jonathan Wood 



Thank you Mom, Dad, Stu Reynolds, and my "When you put your mind to something, you "O Great Creator of being, grant us one me 



grandparents for all the support. 



can achieve it." 

Thanks to my families and friends. Without 
you I probably wouldn't be here today. 



hour to perform our art and perfect our 
lives." 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Brian, and Jess. I love yc\ 
In the end we'll all be united once again. 




Gregg Woodworth 

Thanks Mom, and Dad for your support. 
Thanks Sarah, Tina, Pete, and Andy. 



Evan Wright 

"He who professes the faith will excel. And 
to whatever you accustom yourself, you will 
grow accustomed to. 



Kelly K. Wright 

"Remember the greatest gift is not found ii 
store nor under a tree, but in the heart of a j 
true friend." 



Thanks to my Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister, 
Grandparents, and friends for the support. 



Thanks Mom, Dad, and family; I love you 
Sammy Lou and friends, Good Luck. 



172 ft Seniors 




'ercy H. Fortini Wright Timothy Wrightington Georgia L. Young 



lusic is your own experience, your 
tmghts, your wisdom. If you don't live it, it 
vn't come out of your horn." 

fecial thanks to my family and friends, 
serially those who inspired me. 



"Who will believe in me? 
Who will stand by me? 
Who will walk with me? 
Who will fly with me?" 

All sorts of love to my whole family, friends, 
and IBC Root beer. 




Michael Youngstrom 

That is beautiful is not always good; but 
vat is good is always beautiful." 



hank my family, friends, and teachers for 
t ir support. 



Scott Zanstuck 

"Better to remain silent and be thought a 
fool, than speak and remove all doubt." 

Thanks Mom and teachers for your help, 
guidance, and support. 



"Don't you see? We're actors; we're the 
opposite of people!" 

Thanks family, friends, fellow actors, artistic 
types, and anyone who cared. 




Kaitlin E. Zaval 

"There will come a time when you believe 
everything is finished. That will be the 
beginning." 

I love you Mom, Dad, and Peter. 
Friends, thanks for the memories! 



Seniors "& 173 



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last two 
seniors 

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George Zirngiebel 



Peter Zwahlen 



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"Bickfords." Jon Wood 
Getting hassled constantly by authority figures Doug Govoni 

"Walk-jog." Pam Lozzi 

"The random people in the hallways" Amy McQuiggan 
"All Ike urn. 2)am £u*pfxi 

"The hot math teachers." Carey DeeKoelere 

"Mr. Rice." Courtney Cleary & Jamie Ferreira 
'Public displays of affection every morning." Melissa Johnson 

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"The ho down at fourth lunch." Melissa Bradley 






In spite of a low turnout, the Snowball Dance, held 
>n December 11, was lots of fun. The Senior Class 
)rovided the disc jockey and refreshments. Even 
lanta Claus was there! For just one dollar, people 
ould get a picture taken with our favorite Santa, Dr. 
/fcEwan. Even though there were only nineteen 
eniors who attended the dance, there were enough 
leople to have an overall great holiday evening. 



Let 
it 

Snow 




Noal Dubois, Carey DesRosiers, and Frank 
Melberg pose with Dr. McEwan for a great 
holiday picture. 




( sey Finn and John Fanning get close during the final 
s ig of the dance. 



Lisa Berggren, Katrina Damon, and Katie McCall show their 
Holiday Spirit at the dance. 



Rob Walker gives the look to die for. 




Nineteen seniors attended the dance. Who has school spirit? 

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Beauty and Brains 
Brianne Botto and Rob Walker 



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Most Athletic 
Dale Horsman and Kristen Hockne) 



Most Likely To Succeed 
Brian Kelly and Meredith Aherne 



176 A Senior Superlatives 




Class Flirts 
Jacki Waters and Matt Praetsch 



Best Dancers 
Carey DesRosiers and Dave Suppa 




Best Dressed 
Ryan Hinchey and Darcy Ledwell 




Most Friendly 
Joe Kraft and Jill Donnelly 













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Class Couple 
John Mather and Lisa Venezia 



TWinklin 
Together 




Best Friends 

Dan Aukstikalnis and Shawn Chase 

and 

Lindsey Audette and Doreen Boidleau 






178 ik Senior Superlatives 




Best Eyes 
Ben Spencer and Katie Zaval 



Best Smile 
Caitlin Lutton and J. P. Vercollone 



Best Hair 
Jenny Killinger and Tim Wrightington 




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Senior Superlatives IV 179 




Most Artistic 
Gina Doten and Wes Tanks 



Most Musical 
Chris Le and Ewa Nowicki 



Glitterin 




Glamorously 




180 i^ Senior Superlatives 



Hall Roamers 
George Zirngiebel and Courtney Cleary 

Class Clowns 
Melissa Pierce and Tom Chancolo 




Class Individuals 

Georgia Young and Jay McPhee 




Most School Spirit 
Doug Govoni and Shawna Gillis 





Senior Superlatives "wr 181 




"Do a little dance." Gym dance class moves to the hallway to practice their 
swing dance steps. 




Sweethearts, John Mather and Lisa Venezia, chat after gym as Justin Pilotte looks on. 




Christine Duburon is a picture of determination 
and persistence. 





Amanda Kelly models in the girl's bathroom. 



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182 iV Senior Candids 



The Three 
Amigos, Carlos 
Melo, Lauren 
Perry, and Ryan 
Hinchey. 



Christine 
Rockett and 
Katie Wallace 
are ready with 
their oral 
presentation in 
English class. 




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Karen, 

We wish you success, happiness, and love. We 
are so proud of you. Follow your heart and 
continue to make a difference. Keep smiling! 
Love ~ Mom, Dad, DJ, Matty, and Lucy 

Karen Ballantine 




Nicole, 

We are all 

very proud 

of you on 

your gradu- 
ation day, 

and always. 

May your 

future be 

filled with 

love, happi- 
ness, and 

success in 

every area 

of your life. 

You are a 

lovely daughter - "Coley, dance, Coley. 

May all of your dreams come true. 

We love you. 

Lots of love, always & forever, 
Mom, Dad, Jeffrey & Ryan 




Nicole Vickery 



Ryan, 

You make us burst with pride 
in your accomplishments - 
from sports, to performing arts, 
to scholastic achievements. 
You've grown into a kind and 
caring young man who always 
has a smile on his face. We 
know you will succeed in 
whatever your goals may be. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Billy 

Ryan Hinchey 




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Kate, 

Looking back, it was only yesterday 
you were our little girl. Now you've 
grown into a beautiful young lady. 
Love Mum & Dad 



Kaitlin Zaval 




Cathryn Kellogg 



Katie, 

May your 
incredible 
spirit, your 
sense of won- 
der, your 
determination, 
and your loving 
and caring 
nature guide 
you as you 
continue your 
life's journey. 
The world 
awaits and 
needs your 
special gifts. 
Remember your 
roots, and don't 
forget "to stop 
and smell the 
roses" along the 
way. We're 
proud of you! 
Love always, 
Mom and Dad 



Congratulations, Courtney!!! 



Love, 

happiness, 

and joy - 

your 

dreams 

will all 

come true. 

We have 

shared 

many good 

memories. 

We love 

you and 

wish you 

great 

success in 

all that you 

do. 




Love, 

Mom, Dad, and 

CBKHKSM 

Courtney Cleary 




Congratulations, Melissa! 

You have grown into a beautiful young 

woman - inside and out. May your 

future be full of the happiness you have 

always given me! 

Love ~ Mom 

Melissa Pierce 



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We are so proud of what you have accom- 
plished and are sure you will continue to grow 
and reach your dreams. Congratulations! 
Love ~ Mom and Dad, Julia and Ryan 

The past, the present and the future are really one - they 
today. Stowe 

Lauren Kopper 



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Congratulations, Erin! You've worked hard and 
made us very proud. We know you'll succeed in 
whatever you do. We hope your future will be filled 
with the happiness you have always given us. You 
will forever have our love and support. 
Love ~ Mom & Dad Erin McWilliams 










Michelle, 

The years have passed so quickly; it 
seems like only yesterday you were my 
little girl. I am very proud of the young 
woman that you have grown to be. Live 
life to the fullest. I love you very much. 
Love ~ Mom 

Michelle Murphy 




Haley Dae, 

I love the person you are and look forward 
to seeing what great things lie in your 
future. You can accomplish anything. You 
always could!! You are joy and happiness in 
my life. We love you. ~~~ Mom and Noah 

Haley Ingle 



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Darcy, 

Our hearts travel back to the very first time we held you in our arms. 
You were so tiny then, and our dreams for you were so big and so far into 
the future. 

Yet in no time at all you've fulfilled those dreams and more. You've 
given us so many happy memories, and I want you to know how proud 
we are of you. We wish you joy love, and laughter. Hope all your dreams 
come true. 

All our love, 
Mom and Dad 

To the best big sister, 
"^S fo "We love ya, man! 

^ v v >A Love, 

Caitlin, Paul, Jr. , and Daniel 




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Lisa, 

It has 
been life's 

great 
pleasure 
to watch 

you 

bloom 

from a 

sweet 

child to a 

fine and 

vibrant 

young 

lady. 



Go pursue your dreams knowing that we 
love you and couldn't be prouder. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, Cheryl, Karen 

Lisa Venezia 





Jeff, 

Sometimes we wish you could stay 
this size forever. Keep the sparkle in 
your eyes and the ocean in your blood. 
Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Jeffrey D. Benelli 




Jen, you did it! 

We are very proud of you. You have 

always been our beautiful little girl. 

Don't ever change. Wishing you the very 

best life has to offer. Love you very much, 

Mom, Dad, Bill, Andrew, & Mike 



Nick, 

I know you've had some rocky roads along 
the way, but I believe it's made you stronger. I 
will always be so proud to be your mother. You 
can be whatever you want to be. 

Luv always & congratulations! 

Mom Nicholas Simmons 




Jennifer Peebles 



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Kim, 

From a small bud grows a beautiful flower. 

From a tiny child, you have bloomed into a 
lovely young woman, poised to turn the 
page on this chapter of your life and open to 
the next page filled with new goals and 
dreams. We love you and wish for you all 
the best. 
Mom, Dad, and Mike 




Kimberly Duclos 



Dear Nathaniel, 

You have made 

our dreams 

come true. 

Thank you for 

picking us. 
We hope your 
strong will and 
determination 
will help you 
achieve your 
goals. We are so proud of you. 
May your future be happy and 
healthy. 
Love always, 
Mom, Dad, Nicholas, & Jeffrey 



Nathaniel Merritt 




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Shaun, 

As you stand at life's crossroads, we see a young 
man whose character has been built on many trials. 
Compassion and wisdom have been your guide. We 
love you and pray that these virtues will always guide 
your life. Love ~ Mom & Dad 

You have been a great brother. I wish you luck when 

you go off to the real 
world. May your life 
be happy and full of 
joy. Kevin 



You're a good friend 
and brother. May 
your future be filled 
with good times, 
good friends, love, 
success, and, of 
course, a good game 
of golf. Kerry 

Always remember, 
Bobby, good things 
always come out of 
bad! We love you 
always. 

Shaun O'Leary 




Js A 




Congratulations, Pumpkin! 

There is a time for everything. 
Love ~ Dad & Mom 



Jeanne-Marie Doten 



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Stacy, 

It's so hard to believe your day has 
come to spread your wings and fly. You 
mean so much to us; all we want is to 
see you happy in your future. 

We will always be here for you! 




LOVE YOU! 

Mom, Dad, 

Greg & 

Katy 



'"^v. 



Stacy McSharry 




Travis, 

We believe in you and know you will accomplish 

great things in the future. Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Rachel Travis Gore 



Jason, 

Well, you're THERE! You've 
worked hard for this. I'll never 
forget all those cold ice rinks and 
early Sunday morning games. 
You deserve all the best. 

We are very proud of you. We 
love you very much. 
Mom & Dad 

* • * * * 



lason, 

You made it!! 
I knew you could do it. 

Good Luck. Love ~ Kim 




HI 



lason, 

Good Luck. Have fun! 
Love! ~ less 



Jason Standis 



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much I love you and how proud I am of 
tthe woman you are becoming. I wish you 
the brightest future! 

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Christine, 

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Dear Justin, 

We can't believe this day has come. It 
seems like only yesterday I was hold- 
ing you in my arms. We were so proud 
the day you were born, and today 
brings even greater pride. Please re- 
member as you face the world and all 
its obstacles to let your sweetness and 
strength see you through. 

We love you always, 

Mom and Dad 

Dear Justin, 

Now you've gone and done it. After 
all that you've been told, you went 
ahead and grew up and made us feel 
very old. But the nicest part of all of 
this is very plain to see; you've grown 
into a fine young man, and we're as 
proud as we can be. So plan your 
future but do not rush. You will find 
that time goes by fast enough. No 
matter what the future brings you can 
be sure of this one thing, all our love 
and best wishes. 

Love and God Bless, 

Nanna and Grampa 

Dear Justin, 

Never forget how much you are loved. 
Best wishes to you as you graduate 
today and always. 

Love ~ Grandma and Harry 




Dear Justin, 

A kind heart and a good nature are what you are! A good family 
and lots of friends are what you have! You can have all you want; it 
is time for you to decide what you need! 

Best of Luck & Lots of Love 

Uncle Mark & Auny Holly 

To my nephew, Justin 

Real intelligence is like a river, the deeper it is the less noise 

it makes. God's speed; we love you. 

Aunt Maureen & Uncle Steve & Children 



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Dear Justin, 

We always said you were the apple of Mother's eye, but, of course, we didn't mean the "Big Apple." Please 
try to take small steps into the future and think before you leap. Did you know the auto repair shop will let 
you open your own account? Ha! Ha! Good Luck in all you do. 

Love and God Bless ~ 

Aunt Karen and Uncle Tom 

Justin, 

I wish you all the success, happiness, and love as you start the next 
chapter in your life. I am very proud to be your Godmother and love 
you very much. Reach for your dreams, and you will never be 
disappointed! God Bless ~ Love, Auntie Lisa 

Dear Justin, 

May the road rise up to meet you, 

May the wind be always at your back, 

May the sun shine warm upon your face, 
And the rains fall softly upon your fields. 
May God hold you in the palm of his hand. 

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Bridget, 

It is so hard to 
believe that our 
baby is all 
grown up! 
Stay strong!!! 
We are so proud 
of you and the 
decisions that you 
have made for the 
last 17 years. 
Love Ya Lots, 
Mom, Dad, 
Rob, Meg, Marc, 
Tara, Glenn, & 
Hannah 



CASEY, 

You will always continue to be a source of 
pride. Your free-spirited nature will guaran- 
tee future success. Continue to reach for the 
stars! We love you ~ Mom and Dad 




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beautiful, kind, and loving young woman. 
We are and will always be so proud of you. 
We love you! 

Mom & Dad Melissa Prebense 



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To Andy & Josh, 

We're all very proud of both of you. We'll 

always be there for you. Remember, you 

can be anything you want to be! 

Love Always, 

Mom, Dad, Cherie, & Papa 

Andy & Josh West 



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Tracey, 

As you go forth to follow 

your dreams, our love & 

support will always be with 

you. 

Love, 

Dad & Mom 



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Taking time to 

answer my questions 

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put in your two 

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Everything changing, new 

experiences ahead 

You will alway be on my 

mind and in my heart 

Always, 

Kristin 




Tracey Geraghty 



"...Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - 
I took the one less traveld by. 
And that has made all the difference." 
Robert Frost 

Jill, 

Potato chips, family trips, practical 
jokes, humorous quips. Carebears, 
chocolates, chessecake too, X-Files, 
Sculley, and the FBI. We think of 
these things when we think of you. 

You are a joy! We've watched you 
grow and now we know it's time to 
let you go. Follow your heart. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Greg, and Andrew 

P.S. Thanks to the teachers, coaches, and friends 
along the way who made a difference. 




Jill Levandoski 



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Emily, 

Everything you want, you can 

achieve. 
May all your dreams come true. 

Imagine where you want to be 

and go for it. 
Life - Live it to the fullest. 

You can be everything you want 
to be. 

We are all very proud of you! 
Keep smiling. Be Happy! 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, Cathy & Sarah 




Emily Miller . 



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Our Dearest Deven, 

We are the proudest parents seeing 
the young woman that you have be- 
come. You have unconditionally giver 
to others your most loyal friendship, 
kindness, and understanding. It's nol 
often you find someone of your young 
age with the wisdom and moral judg- 
ment that you possess. Never change 
or lose these most precious traits. AlT 
ways be the loving person that yovJ 
are. 

To our Joy a Bella, 

Love Always, 
Mom & Dad 



Deven Inglesei 



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Dear Christopher, 

From the day you were born you were 
so special. It's all gone by so quickly. I 
put a little boy on a bus for kindergarten 
and now we watch with pride as you 
graduate. What an accomplishment! I'll 
try to be brief. 

Keep a sense of humor; you'll be need- 
ing it. Work hard, set reasonable goals, 
work hard, be respectful of others, work 
hard, you owe the world something, 
work hard, keep religion in your life, 
you'll be needing that too! Work hard 
and you can do anything. We will always 
be rooting for your happiness and suc- 
cess. You can always depend of us for 
our love and support. 
Mom & Dad. 




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Christopher Gould 



Andrew, 

We could not be more proud of the young 
man you've become! Look forward, for the 
world is waiting for you. 
Love, 
Mum & Dad 




Andrew Foss 




Billy, #22, One Eye, 

You make us proud in all that you do. Thank you 
for being you and always having the biggest heart. 
Be your own leader and life will be sweeter. A 
wonderful dream is waiting for you; we know you 
can make it come true. Love you forever. 
~ Mom, Dad, Nicole, Bobby & Andrea 

William Palma 



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Cassandra- 




We are proud of you 
for being who you are. 
May you always have the 
courage to follow your 
dream and believe in 
yourself. Always remem- 
ber that our love and sup- 
port will always be there 
for you. 



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We love you! 

Mom, Dad, 
Rich, and Mike 



Cassandra Cronin 



Katie, 

Set your sights high, 

the higher the better. 
Expect the most wonderful things 
to happen, not in the future 
but right now. 
Realize that nothing is too good. 
Allow absolutely nothing 
to hamper you 
or hold you up 
in any way. 

Eileen Caddy 
Footprints on the Path 

We are very proud of you, Katie. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



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Katie M. Brown 




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Chris, 

We are so 
proud of the 
wonderful 
young man 
you have 
become. We 
wish you 
success at 
school. 
Never lose that great smile. You 
are the BEST son and brother 
any family could ever have. 
We love you! 
Mom, Dad, & Liz 

Christopher Brady 



Kelly, 

You've brought so much love & happiness to our 
lives, and we're very proud of the young lady 
you've become. Thanks for all your help, your love, 
your laughter, & your smiles. We love you very 
much. May all your dreams come true. 
Love ~ Mom, Dad, Kevin, Christopher, & Maggie 



Sh. 




Kelly Blakeman 




Abby, 



It seems like 
only yesterday 
since you were 
born and now 
you are graduat- 
ing! 

You are a 
beautiful girl, 
and we love you 
so very much 
and want only 
the best for you. 
Abby, you are very strong and you 
can do whatever you put your mind to. 
Best Wishes! 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 

Abby Luque 



Frank, 

You've been like one of the family. Always 
remember Grease, Cape Cod, Sprite, Army/ 
Navy, potato casserole, Blue Man Group, Congo 
bars, level 3 Spanish, and Take That! Congratu- 
lations and Good Luck in the future. Thanks 
for all your help, but most importantly thanks 
for being a friend to our Alison. Don't forget 
about the volleyball court! 
The Swinharts 

Frank Lemanski 



Ne-Ne, 
From "The Little Engine That Could" to 
the young woman who did, we rejoice at 
what God has done! 
Sol: Deo Gloria! 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 



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Jessica, 

and 

Samantha 

Melissa Bradley 




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Dear Matthew, 

Wow! Where have all the years gone? It was 
only yesterday that you were our little boy, eager 
to take on the world. Now here you are ready to go 
off to college and begin a new adventure. We are 
so very proud of the young man you have become. 

The years have been filled with many joys and 
accomplishments which you have earned. You are 
kind, courageous, and confident. Always take 
pride in all that you do and in all that you are. 
Take time in choosing the path you will follow and 
know that you are never alone. 

Remember your family loves and supports you 
in all that you do. You will always be our little 
super hero! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 

Matthew Merrill 







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You have touched so many lives with your 
warmth and kindness. We hope that all of 
your dreams come true. We're very proud of 
you. Love ~ 

Auntie Karen, Uncle Steve, & Megan Rose 

May you capture moonbeams and 
transcend tumbleweeds. ~ Michele 



Mary 

The journey continues; there 

is still much to discover. 

You are awesone, Mary! 

Love, Dad 

Cherish today, dream about 

tomorrow, and surround 

yourself with love. The 

possibilities are endless. We 

believe in you and love you. 

Auntie Diane, Uncle Jim, & 

John 

Remember to laugh. 
Love ~ Aunt Andrea 



Wherever you go, take your "scoop" with you. Carolyn 

"For to his angels he has given command about you, that they 
guard you in all your ways." Psalms 91:11 
Love ~ Nana & Papa 



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"Nothing's as big as it seems." Just one tidbit of 
[information for my outstanding older sister so I 
can feel better. You're more than a sister; 
you're one of my best friends. No matter how 
nfar away you go, you'll always be my biggest 
'fan. I love you. Love Laura. 

NYour journey of life has been a tapestry 
iFilled with colors so bold and so bright 
Interwoven with focus and faith and love 
And bordered with all that is right. 
You have grown from a child to a woman. 
iYou've met the challenge of every endeavor. 
t Your destiny lies in your hands and God's 
And you love, and will be loved, forever. 
Love, Mrs. T. 




My Daughter, My Friend, My Kindred Spirit 
I Love You - Mom 



Mary Cunningham 



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takes you home. Love always, Grace 

I will watch with pleasure and high expectations for your progress on 
the wondrous journey you now begin. With much love, Grandpa 



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Jill, with great joy we have 
watched you grow into a beautiful, 
young woman filled with endless 
energy and hope for the future. 
You are all we could hope for in a 
daughter. Your uncanny determi- 
nation has never let anything set 
you back. Your infectious personal- 
ity and sense of humor always kept 
us loose. We wish you happiness 
and success in all your future 
challenges. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

* * * * 

Jill, thanks for the room. Good Luck 
in college. 

Love, your brother, 



Anthony 



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Dale, 

We are 

and have 

always been 

very proud 

of you. 
We wish you 

continued 
success in all 

you do. 

Keep smiling. 

Keep shining! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, 

Tara, Eric, & 

Katie 



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things 

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Reach for the stars. Opportunities await you. 
Nurture your talents. Judge wisely. Achieve your 
goals. You are a bright shinning star in our lives. 

Love ~ Mom, Dad, and Danielle 

Ronja Labrecque 



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Cheryl, 

The best 
years of 
our lives 
have been 
the ones 
we have 

had 
watching 
you grow 
up to be a caring and loving young 
lady. We are proud and happy to be 
able to call you our daughter. May the 
joy you bring to us return to you 
throughout your life. 
We love you forever. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Jeff 

_heryl Loiselle 



Kim, 

The journey between who you once were and who 
you are now becoming is where the dance of life 
really takes place. We are so proud of all you've 
accomplished. You'll always be our little girl.We 
love you very much! 

Dad, Mom, & Kelly 




Kimberly Shepherd 








Mike, 

This is the be- 
ginning of a 
bright future! 
No matter 
where your 
dreams take 
you, your sense 
of humor and 
spirit of adven- 
ture will make 
the journey 
more enjoyable. 

We wish you a future filled with health, 
happiness, love, and success. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Dave, Brian, and Steve 

Mike, 

May all of your dreams come true! We are very 

proud of you. Love ~ Nannie 

Michael Walsh 




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glass threads or frost-work, but the solidest thing we 
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Christina, 

I can remem- 
ber like it was 
yesterday 
when you 
were born; 
now you've 
grown into a 
beautiful, 
young woman. 
Follow 
your dreams 
and do the 
best you can. 
I know you can do it! 
Love Always, 
Mom 



Christina Buckus 






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Mike, 

Congratulations on a job well done! We are so proud of all your accomplishments. 
Since the day you were born, we knew you would go to high places. 
With your talents and hard work, the sky's the limit. 
Love ~ Mom, Dad, Sherri & Jen 




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Joseph, 

A loving son, a loyal friend, an athlete, a good 
student. You've made us proud of you. May all 
your dreams come true. Remember, we'll always 
be there for you. 

Love ~ Mom & Dad Joseph Keel 



Matt, 

We are very proud of everything you 
have accomplished. Continue to work 
hard, and your dreams will be fulfilled. 

Love ~ Mom & Dad 

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To Our Little Brother, 

With a blink of an eye, we have seen you 
change from a small child to a fine young 
man. We are very proud of all your 
accomplishments and wish you the best 
in whatever lies ahead. Always hold onto 
your dreams. 
Love ~ Lisa, Kim, Chris, Carlee 

Matt Gallagher 



Michael, 

I am so proud to see the independent 
young man that I raised take the harder, 
right path in life. May you continue on 
that journey! Love ~ Mom 




Michael Kubicki 



John, 

God only gave me one child, but he gave 
me the BEST. I could not be more proud 
of you. I love you. Love ~ Mom 



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Jillian Maureen ~ 
Remember . . . 
Wherever life may take you, 
Whatever dreams you may follow, 
You will always be our child, 



And we 

will 

always 

Love You. 

Mom 

& 
Dad 

♦♦♦♦♦ 



Jillian Maureen Wentworth 




Melissa, 
The time has come for our little 

girl to fly. Keep smiling and 

laughing! We know you will do 

great things! Your family is so 

proud of you. Keep your mind 

open to new things and your 

heart to love. Spread those 

wings, our little one; 

the world awaits you! 

XOXO 

Mom, Dad, Stevie & Chris 



Melissa Johnson 




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May this year bring to mind all the special 
moments and cherished memories you have 
shared. Let it reflect your deep and lasting 
friendship through promises kept and dreams 
fulfilled. Be Happy! 

Love ~ Mrs. 1. 

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David, 

It seems like 

only yesterday 

you were my 

little boy. 
You've grown 
into a fine 
young man, 
and we are 
very proud of 
you. David, 
follow your 
dream and 
become a 
United States 
Marine. Show 
everyone you 
can make it. 
Nana & Papa are very proud, 
Congratulations!!!! 
Love, 
Mom & John 
Nana & Papa, Great Nana 

David Rollins 



Laura ~ 

As hard as it is to let go, we open our arms 
and give you to the world. We are proud of 
all you have done, but remember the BEST 
is yet to come. Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Stephen 




Laura Dunsf 



Dan 



It has been a long, long rocky road. 

We are all very proud of you. 

May all your dreams come true. 

Love, 

Ma, Dad, Chrissy and Tricia 




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Wayne, 

On the day you were born we never 
thought that we could be prouder or hap- 
pier parents. As the years went by, we 
realized that every day you made us 
prouder and happier with everything you 
did and all that you accomplished. We know 
you will continue to make us proud. We 
wish you the best with your future plans. 



Keep smiling and laughing 
because those are some of your best 
assets. We want you to know that 
you have grown to be a wonderful, 
loving young man that we are proud, 
happy, and lucky to call our son. 
Enjoy life! 

We love you very much, 
Mom and Dad 





Wayne, 

We've been through fourteen years 

together. You've been a great brother 

and helped me when I needed it. Even 

though you always beat me up!! I hope 

your years have been great so far. Have 

fun in the future and GOOD LUCK!!!! 

Always, 

Cristy 4 



Wayne L. Pforr •■ 



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Meag, 

We all are so proud of you. Your 
compassion, determination, and 
energy will continue with you on 
your path for a happy and fulfilled 
life, which is all any parents want 
for their child. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Mike, 
Erin, Maura, and Kathy 



Meag, 

Well, it's time for you to 
graduate, and I'm so proud of 
you. We have shared many 
good memories, and I can't wait 
to make more. Your kindness 
and goodwill will help you in 
your pursuit of happiness. 
Lots of Luck and Love. 
Erin 



Meaghan Duff 




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Rachael, 

Keep imagining beautiful things. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Muffy, and Nichole 




Rachael Schulze 







Alicia ~ 

Seems like only yesterday you were 
just a small bundle of joy; now a 
beautiful young lady! Thanks for all 
the joy you brought into our lives. 

We love you! 

Mom, Web, William, and 
Herbray 

Alicia Collins 




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Mandy- 

Best wishes on getting discovered. 

Love ~ Laura 



Sis- 

You made it! 
We were close when we 
used to play, and we're 
still best friends even 
today. I believe in you. 
May all your dreams 
come true. 

Love, 

Jen 





Mandy ~ 

Congratulations ! 

Finally senior year. You're 
sure to succeed after high 
school. Never change! I'll 
treasure the friendship and 
the memories we have for- 



ever. 



Love, 
Liz 



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Elian, 

You did it! 
Congratulations! 

You can be anything you want 

to be. 

Reach for the stars and 

always hold on to your 

individuality. 

Love, 

Mom, Fop, Carolyn & Carlton 



Ellen Fick 



Shanna, 

It seems like it was only yesterday 
that you were just a little girl. 



We are so 
very proud 
of you and 
what a won- 
derful young 
lady you have 
grown up to 
be. 

Love, 
Mom 

& 
Dad 




■■ Shanna Deegan 




Sheryl- 

Remember when your trombone 
was bigger than you? We are so 
proud of the terrific person you have 
become, all you've done, and all you 
stand for. Congratulations! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Matt Sheryl HeefneiJ 



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Joe, 

Our shy little boy has grown into a 
creative, independent young man. You 
have always had the knack for getting 
around situations with your sense of 
humor. 

Homework was never an obstacle for 
you. After school was routine. Tardiness 
was a challenge. Summer reading was 
what everyone else did. 

Despite everything, we are very 
proud of you, and we wish you a life- 
time of great experiences. We know that 
you will "leave your mark." Life is what 
you make of it. 

We love you! 
Mom, Dad, Eric, & Lauren 

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and finally high school, you have remained friends. May you continue 
to do so for "the Best is yet to be." We are so very proud of both of you. 
Wishing you both all the happiness you both deserve. 

Love, 
Your Families 





Kristen Baldner 



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Lisa, 

Not so very long ago 

When you were only four 

We were working together 

cleaning the garage 

I was sweeping the floor. 

You didn't have much to 

say back then 

You were so very shy. 

On that day, you proved 

to me 

You have an artist's eye. 

You showed me a spider's 

web 

On the wall and said, 

"See the beautiful design!" 

That told me more about you than you know 

To me it was a sign 

Of the special child you were back then 

And of the beautiful lady still inside. 

Your gift from God isn't an angel's voice to sing. 

But the amazing eyes of an artist 

That see the beauty in everything! 

Love, 

Mom 

Lisa DeLong 




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Andy, 

We have 

proudly 

watched you 

grow from a 

smiling baby 

to a fine, 

happy 

young man. 

Continue on 

with your 

positive 

attitude and all your dreams will 
come true. We love you and are 
proud of you. 
Love, 
Dad, Mom, Joey & Kaitlyn 

Andrew Mason 





Mariah, 

As you step into your brave new world, 
walk gently, to thine own self be true, 
and remember always we love you. 
Dad, Mom & Jesse 

Mariah Jennings-Rampsi 




Jeremy, 

You have been a wonderful son, 
and we are proud of you. Work 
hard, have fun, help others, and 
enjoy your life! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Jeremy Till 




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Some things never change! 



Caitlin Lutton 




Meg, 

No one 

could be 

more 

proud 

of you 

and 

your 

accom- 
plish- 
ments 

than we 

are. We 
know 

a very bright future awaits you. 
May all your dreams come true. 
Love always, 
Dad, Mom, and Emily 

Meghan McCoy 



Susan, 

We can't believe it's your senior 

year. You have gone through 

many changes and have handled 

them with such maturity. 

We are so 

proud of 

you. You're a 

very special, 

talented girl. 

We love 

you!!! 

Mom & Dad 






Susan Marino 



Jill, 

Congratulations! I'm very proud of 
you. You've grown into a beautiful, 
loving, intelligent young woman. 
You can do anything. I'll always be 
here for you! 

Love Always, 

Mom jiU Mattie 



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We are very proud of you. Follow your 

dreams and we know you will go far. 

Phone home. Congratulations. 

We love you, 
Mom, Dad, Patrick, and Chris 

Jamie Gorman 



Scott, 

Your energy and determination started 
the day you were born. That quality will 
take you to many wonderful places. 
Follow your dream. We're very proud of 
you and love you very much. 
Mom & Dad 




Scott O'Neil 




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Dominic, 

You have always brought joy and happi- 
ness into my life. You've grown into a won- 
derful human being. Remember when life 
seems the toughest, push the hardest. 
You can do it! Love for always, 

Mom Dominic Ricciarelli 



Jonathan, 

The 

thing we 

love 

about 

you most 

is your 

ability to 

make us 

laugh. 

We don't 

worry 

about 

you; we 

know you'll always land on your 

feet. 

Live your dreams, Jonathan! 

Jonathan Wood 




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To the BABY in our family who 
couldn't be slowed down - 
The LITTLE GIRL who always told 

it like it was - 

The WOMAN who knows her own 

mind - 

You are a 

WONDERFUL DAUGHTER, 

A LOYAL FRIEND, and a 

UNIQUE PERSON 

Nothing will ever hold you BACK! 

Your Dad and Mom are tired of 

trying! 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

You made it! 

LOVE, Mom and Dad 



Ashley Abraham 



Jeremiah ~ 

Congratulations! You have a wonderful 
life ahead of you. Thank you for sharing 
it with me. Love you, Mom xoxoxoxo 

-fr ft ft ft ft 
Jeremiah ~ 

We're very proud of you and wish you 
all the best with your future plans. May 
all your dreams come true. 

Love, Gramma & Grampa Boutin 

Jeremiah Lebsock 



Michael, 

Excellence is attained when you: 

*Care more than others think is wise 

*Dream more than others think is practical 

*Expect more than others think is possible 

We are proud of the excellent person you 

have become. 

Love- Mom, Dad, Jackie, Jen, Uncle Dickie 

Michael Lane 




Congratulations 

to our baby 

on her graduation day! 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Sean 



Moira Brad 



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Tom, 

I can't believe 17 years have gone 
by! It seems like yesterday I brought 
you home from the hospital. Good 
luck in all you do. We will always 
be proud of you. We LOVE you! 
Mom, Dad, Melissa & Brian 




Tom Green 



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It seems like only yesterday when you came 
into this world and now you are a man facing 
your future. We have been proud of you since the 
first moment you were born. Work hard to 
accomplish your goals and be proud of who you 
are. We love you! 

Mom & Dad „ . n . 

Brian Giampietro 




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Comes the Dawn 
After a while you learn the subtle difference 

between holding a hand and chaining a soul. 
And you learn that love doesn't mean leaning 

and company doesn't mean security. 
And you learn kisses aren't contracts and 

presents aren't promises. 
And you learn to accept your defeats with your 

head up and your eyes open. 
And you learn to build all your roads on today 

because tomorrow's ground is too uncertain. 
For plans and futures have a way of falling 

down in mid-flight. 
After a while you learn that sunshine burns 

if you get too much. 
So you plant your own garden and decorate 

your own soul instead of waiting for 

someone to bring you flowers. 
And you learn that you really can endure... 
That you really are strong... 
And you really do have worth... 
And you learn. ..and learn... 
With every good-bye, you learn. 
Author Unknown 

We're all very proud of you! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Andy & Ruth 




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Dear Rob, Ray, 
Dale, and Dan, 

Thanksgiving Day 
1995 

Having achieved aca- 
demic honors, you were 
rewarded with your first 
taste of varsity football. 
Committed to your team, 
you improved every 
year. 

Victory strengthened 
your loyalty and bol- 
stered your confidence. 
Defeat made you humble 
and drove you to perse- 
vere. 

Today, you possess the virtues necessary for lasting success. You will always. 

MAKE ME WANNA SHOUT! 

Love, 
Mrs. Auks 
xxxxx 





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Dear Dan, 

You are a fine young man, and the 
best part is that you belong to us. With 
love and pride, we are sending you off 
to pursue your dreams. Remember to 
reach for the stars; we will always be 
here to give you encouragement and 
support. 

You have been the best brother to 
Andrew and Alan because you care. 
Your smile has always said it all. 

We love you so so more than a google! 

Mom and Dad 

Daniel Aukstikalnis 



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Tommy, 

Words will never explain how proud we 
are of you. You've worked hard, and 
you deserve the very best in life. Believe 

in 
your- 
self, 
and 
your 
dreams 
will 
come 
true. 

Love, 

Mom, 

Dad, 

and 

Jim 

Tom Healy 




Mike, 
Congratulations! 




Be yourself, but be your best self. 

Dare to be different and to follow your 
own star. We love you. 
Mom & Dad 

Michael Dacey 




Annie, 

When life places obstacles in your 

way, 
Or you feel you have lost all your 

friends, 
Or you just need someone to hold 

you close, 
You can turn to us; 
For we will always see you this 

way. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Paul 

Annie Sullivan 



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A sweet little boy, a great young man, 
Your family will always be your #1 fan! 
Congratulations, Scott! 
Love, Mom, Matthew, Grammy, Aunts, 
Uncles & Cousins 

Scott M. Zanstruck 




Jen, 

You've 
grown up 
so quickly, 
and now 
you have 
many new 
and excit- 
ing adven- 
tures 
ahead of 
you. Your 
strong 
spirit will 
help you 
face the 

future, limited only by your hopes, dreams, 
and determination to succeed. We are very 
proud of you. Congratulations! 
With Love, 
Mom & Dad 

Jennifer Barresi 



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Our daughter, who \e 
everything we expected her to 
be and morel 

You have brought great joy 
and happlneee to our \\vee>. 

May your future be bright 
and filled with eucceee and 
love. 

Reach for the stars! 
\Ne love you! 

Mom, Dad, & Rich 



Jennifer Ross 



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Stacy, 

Your smile, your laugh, and your 
redheaded temper have made you 
such a very special person. 

You have accomplished so much in 
your life through lots of hard work; 
you should be proud of yourself. 

I'll never forget all your love and 
support through my illness. I 
couldn't have done it without you. 

Sit back and enjoy this very special 
time in your life. You deserve it. We 
are so proud of you. 

You are our sunshine. 

With all our love, 
Mom and Dad 

You did it!! 

Love — George and Fronk 




Congratulations, Stacy!!! 



Stacy Reddy 



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Jamie, 




Jamie Ferreira 



There once was a girl 

We'll call her "boot" 

Who Mom and Dad 

Always thought was quite cute. 

When little she was, 
You'll remember the "fro," 
But as she grew older, 
We knew it would go. 

Whether a bad day at the field 
Or a good day on the track, 
That contagious smile 
Always seemed to come back. 

Never one to struggle long with gloom 
God help the one who shares her room. 

Our one and only, you've done us proud; 
So when you leave us, we'll cry aloud. 

Always loved, always will be, 

Mom & Dad 




Justin, 

The road has been a little rocky, but you've 
finally made it! We knew you could do it. You 
have made us so proud, and we have faith that 
you will make all the right choices that life has to 
offer in the future. Be confident in what you do, 
and you will go far. We will always be here for 
you. 

All our love, 
Dad, Mom, Sean & Tara 
Justin Brennan 



Sarah ~ 

We are all very 

proud of you! 

You have given 

us laughter 

and joy 
for 18 years. 

You will 
always have 
our love and 

support! 

Love Always, 

Mom, Dad, 
Danielle, & Eric 



CONGRATULATIONS! 



Sarah DeRocl 




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Over these past four years you've demonstrated 
your courage, strength, determination, gentleness, 
humor, and stamina; those equal the recipe of success. 
Be proud; we are more than you know and always will 
be. Be happy forever. 

Love, Mom & Abbey Becky Albitz 



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Leanne Riccio 



We will love you forever; 

We will like you for always 

As long as we are living, 

Our son you will be! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



Tom Chancholo 



Jen, 

You have grown into a beautiful young 
woman that we are very proud of. 
We love you. 
Mom, Dad, Daniel & Grandma 

Jennifer Savilonis 



Pear John, 

"You, Little Traveler! You made the jour- 
kiey, the Long Journey. . . You are truly a 
[Paddle Person, a Paddle-to-the-Sea!" With 
great love and pride, we will watch as your 
new adventures unfold. 

All our love ~ 

Mom, Dad, Karen, Mark & Lauren 

John Mather 




Heather Brooke, 

You are a unique and beautiful presence 
in our lives. We love you and are so proud 
of you. Love, Mom, Dad, & Jessica 

Heather Sites 



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Friends 




Heidi, 

We can't believe how fast time flies! The best part of 
your life is yet to come. Set high goals, keep your 
determination, and remember . . . you can do it! 
Love ~ Mom, Dad, Andy & Sara 





O 
R 



Heidi Sanderson 



Alison, 

Simply by your presence, you brighten up a room. The past 17 
years have been full of surprises. Trips to the Cape (Pirate's 
Cove), FL. Condo, Texas, St. Louis, Ohio and Thanksgivings in 
VA are times we shall treasure as a family. We will always be 
there to share in your very promising future. Your smile, love of 
others, and your outgoing personality are your trademarks. We 
wish you all the best because that is what you have given us. 
All our love, 

Mom, Dad, & Steven Alison Swinhart 



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O 
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s 

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word 

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You have been independent and self-reliant 
since you were a little girl - from kick boxing 
to swing dancing, not to mention your aca- 
demic and athletic achievements. We are so 
proud of you and know that you will achieve 
whatever goals you set for yourself. 
Love, Mom, Dad, & Matt 

Lauren Perry 



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Ben, 

We are very proud of who you are. 
Love from your family, 

Dad, Mom, Sarah, & Sammy 



Ben Spencer 






Ricky, 

You have always strived to be the best so 
make your life the best possible but most 
of all be happy. 

Love ~ Mom, Dad, & Amy 

J Richard Breault 



Brian, 

You've worked so hard and come so 
far. We're so proud of you. You're 
always ready to face and accept a 
challenge. So much is waiting for you. 
We know you'll succeed. Reach for 
whatever you want; you can do it! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Kim & Lissa 

Brian Kelly 



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Kristen Marie Hockney 



I've been so proud of all your accom- 
plishments over the years, Kristen. I 
wish your fondest dreams lead the 
way to tomorrow's greatest joys and a 
wonderful life. 

Love, 

Nana 



A new path is being 

forged today. . . 

unpredictable, unrehearsed, 

and full of the unexpected. 

The end of the path 

cannot be seen from here. . . 

but that's okay. 

For there is enough light 

to travel it 

one step at a time, 

the way some journeys 

are meant to be taken. 

In the end, 

success is 

waiting for those 

who persevere, who believe 

in their own abilities 

and uniqueness, and 

who have the caring 

support of others 

behind them. 

A life of happiness and 
success is wished for you, 
Kristen Marie, from your 
biggest supporters. 
Love, 

Mom and John 



To My Little Sister . . . 
You've worked very hard and if you 
keep it up, with a little determination 
and some persistence, you'll open any 
door you choose. 

Love, 

Your Favorite Brother 



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Meredith, 

May all your dreams come true. We love 
you and are proud of you. We'll always 
be there for you. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Greg 

Meredith L.Thompson 



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Lee, 

May all your dreams come true. Work 

hard and enjoy each new day. We are so 

proud of you. Congratulations! 

Love Always ~ Mom and Dad 

Lee Willis 



Christine, 

You are such an incredible person, an 

inspiration to so many people. Hold on 
to your dreams and keep smiling. 
All our love ~ Mom, Dad, & David 

Christine DuBuron 



Justin, 

You have grown up to be a kind, loving 
young man. Follow your dreams and 

you can accomplish anything that you 
set out to do. We are very proud of you. 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 

Justin M. Harding 




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Ewa Nowicki 



Dearest Ewa, 

You've 

always been my 

shinning little 

star. 

Just remember 

I love you 
just as you are. 

You are going 
very far! 



Love - 
Mama 




Lisa, 

You have been our light and our joy for 17 
years. We are so proud that our little 
princess has grown up to be a wonderful 
young woman. We continue to pray for 
God's blessing on your life. 
Love ~ Mom & Dad 

Lisa Traficante 




Michelle, 

You're such a dear daughter who 

has filled our lives with joy. 

You love and give of yourself so 

unconditionally. 

Your talents are endless; 

your beauty so deep it starts in 

your heart and radiates from 

your eyes, smile, and face. 

We're so proud of the wonderful 

woman you are, and we wish you 

all the happiness and joy in your 

life that you deserve. 

Love Always, 



Mom and Dad 



Michelle Crowley 



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Ryan & Brianne, 

Congratulations on a job well done. 

We are very proud of both of you. 

Whatever road you may choose, we 

will always be behind you. Always 

believe in yourself. Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Christie 

Ryan & Brianne Botto 





Congratulations, Brian! 

Having you for a son is one of the greatest gifts 
I've ever received. Be happy always. 
I'll love you forever. I'll love you for always. 
As long as I'm living, my baby you'll be. 

Love ~ Mom 

Brian Butler 



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Love, 

Dad& 

Mom 




What you ARE is God's gift to you. 
What you BECOME is your gift to God. 

J. P. Vercollone 



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Dan, 

Well, Buddy, you finally made it. Congratulations!! We are all so very proud of you; it 
was a difficult journey at times. You have turned into a fine young man. Being the 
youngest child and the only son has made you even more precious. As your parents we 
want to wish you all the luck in the world in whatever you decide to do. Follow your 
dreams. You are always in our thoughts. You'll always be our little star. 

Love forever ~ Mom & Dad 

*** 

To our little brother, 

Well, you're the last of the "Bucks," and we're so proud of 
you. So many 6 a.m. cold rink days. So many years of us 
beating on you; now the 
tables have turned. 

You are very talented 

and determined, and we 

know you'll go anywhere 

you want to in life. Stay 

strong! 

TT , y^ We love you! 

Uncle Dan, y . 

You'll always be my Shelley, Sheila, Sheri, 

c -. i r i and Sheba 

favorite hockey player 

even when you choke. 

I LOVE YOU! I won't 

forget where I got my 

slapshot. Love ~ C.J. 

1 Daniel Buckingham 





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Congratulations and Love Always, 
Mom, Dad, Laura, Kelsey, and Pumpkin 



Kaitlyn, 

Our childhood and 
school years 
memories of you 
are very precious; 
precious because 
they remind us of 
where you've 
been, what you've 
learned, and what 
you stand for. 
These memories 
that we share of 
you will always be 
an important part 
of our lives, and 
we look forward to 
many more as you 
succeed in life. 
Reach for the Sky! 

Kaitlyn Rhue 



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Amanda, 

You have always brightened 
up our lives and will continue to 
brighten everyone you come in 
contact with. 

We have watched you grow 
from a child to a young 
woman. We have always been 
very proud of you. 

Remember you can be any- 
thing you want to be. 

We love you, 
Mom, Dad, Jeaand Tony 




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Shawna, 

You've always been Daddy's little pumpkin and 
Mommy's little brat! Now we can't call you 
that. You have become a beautiful young 
woman, and we are very proud of that. Keep 
setting your goals high and follow your dreams, 
for we are sure that you can make them come 
true. And, of course, we all LOVE YOU! 

Mom, Dad, Charlene, and Tommy 

Shawna Slowey 



Nicholas, 

You have finally arrived! Surprised? You look it! We 
aren't! We are so very proud of your accomplish- 
ments both in the classroom and in your personal life. 
Live everyday with passion in your heart and goals 
in mind. Congratulations! We love you! 
Mom, Dad, and Tricia 




Nicholas Muylk 




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Lani, 

You are the 
sunshine of 

our lives. 

We know 
you can do 

whatever 

you set out 

to do. 



Reach for the stars, 

follow your dreams, and 

light up the world with your smile! 

We love you princess. 

Mom, Dad, Julie & Michelle 



We love you more than yesterday 

and less than tomorrow. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, & Katie 



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Lanie Fryer 



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Danielle 

and 

Leanne 

True 
Friends 
Forever 




Leanne 

There is a special place in my heart 
I've saved just for you 
because you deserve credit for all the 
things that you do. 

I look at you with pride 
as I have always done, 
and thank the Lord for 
sending such a special one. 



You bring me so much joy 
through all that you do. 
I hope you know 
how much I love you. 

I love you so much. 
I hope you can see, 
you're everything wonderful 
a daughter could be. 
Love ~ Mom 



D, 

"Ghetto Super- 
star" 
Love you forever, 

Leanne 
B#2, the other D! 

Leanne Felecianno 




Our Danielle, 

You started out 

As a twinkle in your Daddy's eye. 

A romantic dinner he had planned, 

Oh, me! Oh, my! 

Nine months later there you were 
with those big brown eyes 
looking up at us, saying, 
"Hi, guys!" 



We knew we had struck gold 
with you, one who would 
keep us 

in wonder. 
You've grown up to be our 

beautiful daughter; 
This is truth you need never 
ponder. 

We love you. 

You'll always be our pot of 

gold! 
Love, ~ Mom & Dad 

Leanne, 

"That Boy is Mine" 
Love You Always, 
Danielle 



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Dear Mera, 




"Child of Mine" 



Meredith Aherne 



"Child of mine, you are the wildest wind and the dearest 

dream I will ever know. 

Love's lasting light shines out from deep within this father's 

heart as I watch you grow. 

Child of mine, you are the break of dawn and the brightest star 

I will ever know. 

Love's lasting light comes shining on and on from this mother's 

heart as I watch you grow. 

There is a road, and that road is all your own, but we are here 

and you need not walk alone, to face, not fear each coming new 

unknown is the way to lift your wings. 

Child of mine, you are the sweetest song and the greatest gift I 

will ever know. 

Child of mine, where spirits fly above, there is but one that 

belongs to you, so let it grow and it will thrive on love, for it is 

love that sees us through. 

You have the hand that will open up the doors. You have the 

hopes this world is waiting for, you are my own, but you are so 

much more. 

You are tomorrow on the wing. All Our Love 

Child of Mine." Mom and Dad 



Dear Greg, 

It is impossible to put into words how we feel as 
we watch you go forward into your life. 

Both of us are immensely proud of the person you 
have become. You are a caring, sensitive, and 
gentle giant who has always shown himself to be 
a funny smart, and thoughtful individual. 

We wish for you a fun, positive, and fulfilling life. 
You will always have all our love and support in 
whatever you choose to do. 

Be good and always do your best! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




HI 



1983 



Greg Croteau 



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Kerry~ 

We are so very proud of the beautiful person 
you have become. Keep sight of your goals, 

follow your dreams, and always be your own 
person! Remember we will always be there 
for you. Love ~ Dad, Mom, Katie, & Heidi 

Kerry Ayer 




Marcia, 

We are so 
proud of 
you. You 

have 

grown into 

a beautiful 

young 

woman. 

We hope 

you 
accom- 
plish your 
dreams. It 
seems like 
yesterday 
my little 

"Anne" was dancing at my heels. Soon you'll 

be running off to college. Have fun. Study 

hard. Never stop smiling. 

Congratulations! 

We love you always, 

Mom, Ba, & Jeff 

Marcia Nguyen 




Congratulations, Emily! 

We can't believe 

high school is already over. 

We're so very proud of you. 

With your sense of humor 

and ambition, we're sure 

all of your dreams 

will come true. 

Always continue 

to keep us laughing. 

We love you ~ 

Mom, Dad, Julie, and Jill 

Emily Bogdanski 



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To Mera, our little sister, 
Thanks for always making us laugh! 
We're so proud of all your accomplish- 
ments. There's no doubt in our minds 
that you'll be a huge success. Good luck. 
We love you, Biff. 

Love, 
Kristelle & Elyce 

Meredith Aherne 



John, 

You always have and always will 

make us very proud of you. We 

love you very much. 

Dad, Mom, Matt, & Nora 

John Fanning 



Beth, 

The years have flown by & now our 
smiling girl is a beautiful, accomplished 
woman. Continue to do great things! 
Love always ~ Mom & Dad 

Elizabeth Burke J 



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Sarah, 

You have the wisdom to follow your dreams. Go for 
it! Your heart will follow. Love ~ Mom & Dad 

Sarah J. Maguire 





Congratulations, Steve! 

We are all so proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Jenn & Rob 

Steven Armstrong 



Jay- 

Remember to be the best that you can be! 

Thanks for making us so proud. 

You'll always be Mommy's earth. 

Love ~ Dad, Mom, & Paul 

Joseph Donovan 



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Pam, 

We 

love 

you! 

We are 

proud 

of you! 

Mom, 
Dad 
and 
Dan 



'Daddy, it's a good thing that Mommy 

gave us what we wanted!" 

(6/9/81 Danny) 

Pamela Lozzi 





Lauren ~ 

Lively and bright in your close little world, 
Absorbed in the love of Dad, Mom, and Mike, 
Unified we raised you, each doing their part. 
Reaching and grasping, your world was enlarged 
Eventually beyond the stretch of your arms. 
Now your world's calling. Go! 
Your love fills up our hearts. 
With all our love, 

Your family 

Lauren Colwell 




Kimberly, 

We are all 

so very 

proud of 

you, 

Kimberly. 

We hope 

your future 

will be 

blessed 

with 

happiness, 

health and 

success. 



You bring us all such happiness. 

Love you always, 

Mom, Dad, 

Jackie, John, Anthony, 

Kenneth, and Olivia 

i.umberly White 



Amanda, We 

are proud of 

you as you 

have 

achieved 

many goals 

in your life. 

May your 

guardian 

angel be 

there for you 

always. 

We love you 

very much, 

Mom and 

Dad 



"Perchance the years have changed her. 

Yet alone this picture lingers; still 

she seems to me the fair young angel of my infancy. 




Edmund C. Stedman 



Amanda MacPhelemy 



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Carey, 

You're off to a new 

stage in life. 

Enjoy! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Amie, and Katie 




Carey DesRosiers 



Jill 

We knew you could do it, and we are so proud of 
your accomplishments. May you excel in all that 
you do. Love always ~ Mom & Bud 




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We know who we are... We are the champions, the dreamers, the lovers, the doers, 

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We were children of the 80s with our Transformers, our Thundercats, the Smurfs, Jem, and Barbie. 

We remember a time before Barney, before Teletubbies, before Furbies, before Tickle Me Elmo, 

before Saddam Hussein, before the Oklahoma City bombing. 

In the past four years, we've grown from dorky little freshmen to big ruff and tuff seniors. 

We've grown together, we've grown apart. 

We've played important roles in each other's growth, and we may not even know it. 

In June, we'll graduate, and we may never see some of our classmates again. 

But that doesn't mean that we're not a family. 

We're all connected in a fine web known as the Class of 1999. 

The last high school senior class of the 1900s. 
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© A total collapse of the Russian ruble sends world markets into chaos. 
Boris Yeltsin asks Viktor Chernomyrdin to head the government to 
help restore political and economic stability. 





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67 teens and injures several more, making ;j 
the deadliest fire in modem Swedish histor «, 
Arson is the suspected cause of the Octobei «e. 



: After a U.N. drug summit in which 
150 countries endorse an anti-drug 
campaign, the U.S. vows to spend an 
estimated $1 billion over the next 
five years on anti-drug advertising, 
corporate and civic partnerships 
and promotion, f 



O In a dangerous escalation of hostile feelings in the area, India begins 
nuclear bomb testing in response to Pakistan's testing of the Ghauri missile. 



O A memorial 
commemorating 
the first anniversary 
of the death of Princess 
Diana and Dodi Fayed is 
put on display in London's 
Harrods department store, 
which is owned by Dodi's father. 





■0 On September 2, Swissair Flight 111 crashes in the 
sea in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada, killing all 
229 passengers and crew aboard. A cockpit wiring fire 
is the suspected cause of the disaster. 



© In retaliation for the African 
embassy bombings, the U.S. 
attacks a suspected chemical 
weapons factory in the capital « 
Sudan and a terrorist training 
camp in Afghanistan, and launc 
a worldwide search for suspect 
mastermind Osama bin Laden, i 



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On^ugust 7, powerful 
bombs explode outside the 
U.S. embassies in Kenya 
and Tanzania killing 248 
people, including 12 
Americans, and injuring 
more than 5,000. 



O NASA and Russia will conduct 45 missions to 
launch and assemble the International Space 
Station Alpha. Set for completion by 2004, the 
station will be powered by almost an acre of solar 
panels and will weigh almost one million pounds. 





Hurricane Mitch 
ravages parts of 
Central America 
and kills more than 
10,000 people, 
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currency in 11 European Common Market countries. 
It will be three more years before euro coins and 
cash are officially put into circulation. 



John Hume and David Trimble, Northern 
Ireland's two main political party 
leaders, win the Nobel Peace Prize for 
their efforts to end the violence that 
has plagued the British province for 
three decades. 

After a stop in Mexico City in January 
1999, Pope John Paul II arrives in 
St. Louis, Missouri, and celebrates 
Mass with over 100,000 people 
in attendance. 

In January 1999, an earthquake that 
measures 6.0 on the Richter scale hits 
Colombia killing over 1,000 people. 

King Hussein of Jordan, 63, dies on 
February 7, 1999, of lymphatic cancer. 
Hussein's 47-year reign made him the 
Middle East's longest-serving leader. 



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C Convicted killer Martin Gurule escapes death row and is later found 
drowned in a nearby river. Gurule is the first Texas inmate to escape 
death row since 1934. 



■j> President Clinton becomes the second 
president in history to be impeached. 
The House of Representatives charges 
him with two counts of obstruction 
of justice and perjury. The Senate 
acquits Clinton after a five-week trial. 



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O A massive Millennium Clock in New York City . 
garment district counts down the days, hours, 
minutes and seconds to u^^er 2000. 



G The U.S. Treasury unveils a new $20 
bill designed to be much harder to 
counterfeit and more capable 
of withstanding heavy abuse. 




O President Clinton declares the entire state of Florida a disaster area 
after fires bum over 300,000 acres and damage or destroy 150,000 homes. 



After 50 years of work, 
the face of Crazy Horse 
is revealed at the South 
Dakota monument. When 
completed, the memorial, 
carved out of a mountain, will 
be the largest sculpture in the 





O Sixteen of the 24 glass beads that historians 
believe were used to buy Manhattan Island from 
Native Indians in 1626 are donated to the Indian 
Museum of North America located at the Crazy 
Horse Memorial. 



O In June, African-American James Byrd 
Jr., 49, is chained to the back of a truck 
and dragged to his death in Jasper, 
Texas, by three men, two of whom have 
ties to white supremacists. 



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Mentally unstable Russell 
Eugene Weston Jr. charges 
into the U.S. Capitol 
building on July 24 and 
fatally shoots Special Agent 
John Gibson and Officer 
Jacob Chestnut. 




{> A Titanic exhibit tours the U.S. featuring over 
200 artifacts and displays chronicling the fateful 
ship's maiden voyage and tragic sinking. 




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G Northwest Airlines 
pilots strike for 
17 days in August 
and September 
causing more than 
27,000 canceled 
flights and a loss 
of $338 million. 




C Reform Party 
candidate Jesse 
Ventura shocks 
the nation when 
he wins the race 
for governor 
of Minnesota 
in November. 
Ventura is a 
former Navy Seal, 
pro wrestler and 
action movie actor. 



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In response to family pressure, DNA 
testing confirms that remains buried in 
the Tomb of the Unknowns are those of 
Michael J. Blassie, an Air Force pilot shot 
down in Vietnam. 



O In September, Hurricane Georges crashes through the 
Florida Keys and Mississippi. The killer storm causes 
the largest mandatory evacuation in Florida history, and 
Mississippi victims receive over $131 million in aid. 





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~~- y Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old gay student at the 

University of Wyoming, dies five days after being 
brutally attacked in an apparent hate crime. Vigils 
in his memory are held across the country. 




In summer 1998, North Texas 
temperatures exceed 100 degrees 
for 45 days. The state's heat death 
toll climbs to 132 and fires burn 
over 344,000 acres. 



In August, General Motors Corporation 
and United Auto Workers reach an 
agreement that ends an eight-week strike. 

President Clinton announces the federal 
government ends the 1998 fiscal year 
with a budget surplus of $70 billion, 
the first surplus since 1969. 

More than 280 colleges now admit 
some or all of their applicants without 
regard to SAT or ACT scores. Many 
schools say the system improves the 
academic quality and diversity of their 
student bodies. 

DNA tests determine that Rebecca 
Chittum was unknowingly switched with 
Callie Conley at a Virginia hospital after 
their births three years ago. This case 
prompts a national debate on the need 
for stricter hospital procedures. 



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O NASA's Lunar Prospector finds scattered pockets of ice beneath (lie 
lunar surface. The presence of water could enable astronauts to use 
the moon as a kind of space-based filling station. 



An analysis of Eastern Seaboard 
weather shows it really does rain 
more frequently on weekends than 
during the week, an average of 22 
percent more. Automobile emission 
patterns are the suspected cause of 
the phenomenon. 





O Columbia University graduate student Elizabeth 
Brannon and psychology professor Herbert 
Terrace demonstrate that monkeys can master 
simple arithmetic on at least the level of a 
two-year-old child. 



C Apple's translucent aqua-blue iMac personal 
computer, its first consumer offering in years, 
is marketed mainly for Internet usage and, 
therefore, doesn't come with a disk drive. 
Its popularity soars and it soon becomes 
available in several other colors. I 



O The comet Tempel-Tuttle causes a meteor storm when it passes by Earth. The comet 
will be visible again in fall 1999, after which it won't reappear for another 32 years. 



3 John Glenn, 77, 
becomes the oldest 
astronaut when he 
undertakes a space 
shuttle mission in 
October, 36 years 
first space flight, 
retires from a 24-year career in 
the U.S. Senate. 



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and electrically conducted thread, may soon 
monitor the health of soldiers, rescuers, the 
elderly and others who are medically vulnerable. 




O A study demonstrates that the more hours 

people spend on the Internet, the more 

depressed, stressed and lonely they feel. 



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tHat a 25-millisecond 
blast of 270-degree steam 
applied to meat kills 99.99 
percent of the bacteria. 
This process follows 
the unpopular method 
of irradiation. 




O Paleontologists in Argentina discover thousands of 
shards of fossilized dinosaur eggs. Several shards 
contain the fossilized remains of unhatched 
embryos and their never-before-seen embryo skin. 



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C Chemistry professor 
Claude Yoder co-authors 
"Interactive Chemistry," 
a CD-ROM that uses 
animation to lead 
students through 
chemistry problems, 
eliminating the need 
for a textbook. 





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C Researchers discover a gene that may cause 
the aggressive behavior of "killer bees." 
This knowledge may help tame African 
bees, whose sting has deterred beekeepers 
from tending hives. 





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Alan Shepard, 
the first American 
in space, dies on 
July 22 at the 
age of 74. 



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Researchers reveal a 
new technique that 
determines the sex 
of a baby before 
conception. This 
technique uses a laser 
detector that measures 
the DNA in sperm cells. 




On August 12, the $1 billion Titan 4 rocket explodes 42 seconds after 
liftoff. The rocket payload included a highly classified Defense 
Department satellite. 





Astronomers discover and photograph a 
planet outside our solar system that is 
about 450 light years away from Earth. 

Alabama hairdresser Philip McCory 
discovers that human hair soaks up oil 
from water, which prompts NASA to 
investigate ways to use human hair to 
clean oil spills. 

In August, renowned Houston heart 
surgeon Dr. Denton Cooley performs 
open-heart surgery which is broadcast 
live on the America's Health Network 
Internet web site. 

David Scott, who lost his left hand in a 
fireworks accident, receives the first 
U.S. human hand transplant in January 
1999. Scott has regained limited motion 
in his donor hand. 








C AKS4 Today investigation reveals that many of the nation's 
drinking water regulations are not being enforced. The report! 
reveals that even the worst violations have just a 1 in 10 chani 
of drawing legal action. 



Lovegety, a palm-sized matchmaking 
device, is the latest craze with Japanese 
teenagers. When it comes within 15 
feet of another Lovegety, high-pitched 
beepers go off, lights flash, and the 
"love detectors" display whether the 
users' preset interests match. It's now 
available in the U.S. 






O PlayStation's 8 "Crash Bandicoot WARPED" 
supersedes its popular predecessors. Also ne\» 
is Crash's sister Coco who gallops along the - 
Great Wall of China and draises through 
enemy-infested waters? 



C Furby, the year's must-have interactive 
toy, has a vocabulary of 200 words in 
both English and its own language, 
"Furbish." Furby knows when it is 
being petted, when the lights go out, 
when music starts, and if there's 
another Furby in the room. 



C WildEyes contact lenses feature several designs, including a starburst, 
black eight ball and cat's eyes. The $165 lenses come in prescription and 
non-prescription and don't interfere with eyesight. 



O Appearing in malls 
in 33 states, job kiosks 
dispense employment 
opportunities for interested 
applicants. Job seekers enter 
their skills and ambitions and 
the machine scans its database 
for a match. 



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O Consumer groups demand the recall of Olestra from the market, or at 
least the adoption of strict guidelines as to its use, after thousands of 
people become sick from eating the popular fat substitute. However, 
studies suggest that chips made with Olestra do not cause greater 
stomach problems than regular chips. 





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O In December, Selective Service 
activates online registration. 
Eighteen-year-olds can now 
register instantly instead of 
filling out forms at the post 
office that take two to three 
months to process. 



O As the need for toll-free 
numbers greatly increases, 
the887prefixjoinsthe800 
and 888 prefixes already in use. 



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O A sleek, redesigned version 
of the '60s Volkswagen Beetle 
enters the market. Despite 
a May 1998 recall for wiring 
problems, the New Beetle 
is wildly popular. 




O Butterflies and dragonflies are the hot 
motif in the fashion world appearing on 
everything from clothes and bags to 
hair accessories and jewelry. 




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C For $20-30 a day, trained professionals at 
dog and cat day cares will play with, read 
to, feed and pamper pets in their care. 




Mr. Payroll is the first ATM that can 
cash a check - even for someone 
without a bank account. The machine 
"memorizes" facial features and 
matches them with a social security 
number to verify the user's identity. 




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O NBC's "Frasier" makes history 
by winning its fifth consecutive 
outstanding comedy series 
award at the 50th annual Emmy 
Awards. Kelsey Grammer, in the 
title role, wins his third Emmy 
as best comedy actor. 



C Heartthrob George Clooney announces 1998-99 
will be his last season on NBC's award-winning 
television drama, "ER." 



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Fox, 37, reveals he has Parkinson's disease. 
Fox underwent brain surgery in March 1998 in» 
an attempt to relieve severe Jremors. 









C Trail Burner, a hand-held mount! 
bike racing game, uses motion 
sensors to turn comers and jump 
hills and water pits. Crashes make 
the handlebars vibrate. 



O Tom Hanks stars in Steven Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan, 
an authentic recreation of World War H's D-Day. The film 
receives 11 Oscar nominations. 



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© Adam Sandler stars 
in the surprise hit The 
Waterboy, which earns a 
record $39.1 million in its 
November opening weekend. 
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; Britain's best Scrabble players commemorate the 
popular board game's 50th anniversary in October 
by playing in London's Wembley Stadium using 
letter tiles the size of dining tables. 



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> Karl Malone and Dennis Rodman 
face off in a World Championship 
Wrestling tag-team match. The 
event pits Rodman and Hollywood 
Hulk Hogan against Malone and 
Diamond Dallas Page. 



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at least 15 animated 
feature films that 
will flood the 
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C In June, Keiko 
arrives in his native 
Iceland to begin his 
assimilation to his 
new surroundings. 
The move concludes 
a four-year campaign 
to release the 
five-ton star of the 
movie Free Willy. 






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O Players of Vertical Reality, a combination video game 
and amusement ride, shoot at moving targets on a 
24-foot-tall screen and sit in chairs that rise with 
each successful hit. The winner rides to the top 
for a grand view. 



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C The wildly popular stars of The WB network's 
"Dawson's Creek" hit the big screen, filming 
eight feature films during hiatus. Magazine 
covers by TV Guide, Seventeen and Interview 
fuel the craze. 

C The coming-of-age 
drama "Felicity" 
quickly gains 
popularity with 
teens. The WB 
show revolves 
around a young 
woman and her 
new experiences 
at college. 



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becomes a favorite teen 
advertising icon and sparks a 
surge of interest in the breed. 



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q Actor Rick Schroder replaces Jimmy Smits 
on ABC's "NYPD Blue." The fate of Smits' 
character in his last episode - he dies 
when a heart transplant fails — became 
a source of nationwide speculation. 



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announce their separation in June after 
almost 11 years of marriage. 

The American Film Institute rates the 
top 100 movies of the 20th century. The top 
ten include: Citizen Kane, 1941 
Casablanca, 1942 
The Godfather, W2 
Gone With the Wind, 1939 
Lawrence of Arabia, 1962 
. The Wizard lot Oz, 1939 
: The Graduate, 1967 
On the Waterfront, 1954 
Schindler's List, 1993 
Singin ' in the Rain, 1 952 

Fans flock to theaters to see the two-minute 
trailer for Star Wars: Episode I - The 
Phantom Menace and many leave without 
staying to watch the main attraction. The 
prequel to the wildly popular Star Wars 
trilogy opens in May 1999; \ '-'; 



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at the age of 82 on May 14, 1998. 



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album by a country music group. The group wins the Vocal Group 
of the Year award from the Country Music Association. 



C Alanis Morissette's new album, 
Supposed Former Infatuation 
Junkie, is released in November 
and vaults to No. 1. The album 
sells 469,000 copies in the jJB 
first week. 



O In January 1999, the 
group 'N Sync wins 
Favorite New Pop/Rock 
Artist at the American 
Music Awards. 






O Sharp and Sony introduce portable 
m MiniDisc recorders. This digital 
■ alternative to audiocassettes records 
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and making television and movie appearances has heightened 
Usher's popularity. 



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O Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, better 
known as Ginger Spice, announce > 
in May 1998 that she is leaving th 
popular group for creative reasons 



Swing dancing makes 
a big comeback with 
the help of music from 
bands like Cherry Poppin' 
Daddies (shown) and the 
Brian Setzer Orchestra. 



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O Jewel scores on two fronts. Her book of poetry, 
A Night Without Armor, makes the New York 
Times best-seller list, and her album, Spirit, is 
released in November. 




© Shania Twain wins the 
Favorite Female Country 
Artist award at the American 
Music Awards and receives 
six Grammy nominations. 



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artist in 1998 with two 
No. 1 hits on the 
Billboard Hot 100, 
including "The 
First Night" and "The 
Boy Is Mine," a duet 
she sings with Brandy. 



© The popularity of 
Lauryn Hill's album 
The Miseducation 
of Lauryn Hill leads 
to 10 Grammy 
nominations, the 
most for any female 
artist in history. 
Hill kicks off a 
worldwide tour in 
January 1999. 



© Natalie Imbruglia wins Breakthrough Artist 
honors at the MTV Video Music Awards in 
September. Her album, Left of the Middle, 
features hits "Tom" and "Wishing I Was There." 






Aerosmith's 
"I Don't Want to 
Miss a Thing," 
from the movie 
Armageddon, 
becomes the 
group's first single 
to hit No. 1 on 
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Q In November, Garth Brooks' new album Double Live enjoys 
first-day sales of over 500,000 copies, the industry's best 
one-day tally. Brooks makes special TV and Wal-Mart 
closed-circuit TV appearances to promote the release. 



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Psychologists discover a connection 
between musical training and verbal 
memory. Children trained to play a musical 
instrument grow up to have 16 percent 
better word memory than other adults. 

Movie soundtracks account for nearly 
half of the Gold and Platinum certification. 
Some of the top soundtracks include 
Titanic and Return to Titanic, City of 
Angels, Armageddon, Hope Floats, 
Dr. Doolittle and The Wedding Singer. 

Whitney Houston's My Love Is Your Love 
is her first studio album in eight years. 
The album includes the hit duet with 
Mariah Carey entitled "When You Believe." 

Actor/rapper Will Smith wins three 
American Music Awards, including 
Favorite Pop/Rock Album, Favorite 
Soul/R&B Album and Favorite Soul/R&B 
Male Artist. 



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i Sang Lan, China's 17-year-old gymnastics champion, breaks 
two vertebrae during a vault at the Goodwill Games in July, 
leaving her paralyzed from the chest down. 





O Jeff Gordon wins the NASCAR Winston Cup 
for a second year in a row. Gordon, 27, is 
the youngest driver to win three Winston 
Cup championships. 



C In MarchT998, ESPN launches a 
large-format sports magazine, 
ESPN The Magazine, to compete 
with Sports Illustrated. 



O On January 4, 1999, Tennessee beats Florida State University 

23-16 at the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona to win the national championship. 
It is the first year of the Bowl Championship Series, created to ensure 
that the highest ranked college teams nationally meet in a bowl game. 



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© ABC's Lesley Visser 
becomes the first 
woman to report from 
the sidelines during 
"Monday Night Football," 
the 1998 Super Bowl, the 
NCAA Final Four and NFL 
playoff games. 






© Defending champion Detroit Red Wings win the 1998 Stanley 
Cup championship, beating the Washington Capitals 4-1. 
Defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov, severely injured in a car 
accident after last year's Stanley Cup win, joins the celebration. 



O Flamboyant sprinter Florence 
Griffith Joyner (FloJo), triple 
gold medalist at the 1988 
Olympics, dies at age 38 in her 
sleep, of suffocation during an 
epileptic seizure. 



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In a 4-0 sweep against 
the San Diego Padres, 
the New YomYankees 
win the 1998 World Series 
to claim their 24th 
championship. The 
Yankees' 125 total 
victories is a modern 
baseball record. 



O In July, France beats Brazil 3-0 to win its first 
World Cup soccer title. During celebrations, a 
motorist drives through the crowd on the 
Champs-Elysees and injures 60 people. 




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On September 13, 
Sammy Sosa of the 
Chicago Cubs also 
breaks Roger Maris' 
record with his single- 
season 62nd home run. 
Sosa ends the season 
with 66 home runs. 




The defending champion 
Denver Broncos meet the 
upstart Atlanta Falcons 
at Super Bowl XXXIII in 
Miami. The Broncos 
win 34-19. 



Golfer Casey Martin, who 
suffers from a circulatory 
disorder in his right leg, 
wins a lawsuit allowing him 
to use a cart during PGA 
and Nike golf tournaments. 



On September 20, Cal Ripken Jr. 
ends his 16-year streak of 2,632 
consecutive baseball games played 
by withdrawing himself from the 
Baltimore lineup for that night. 

NBA owners impose a lockout on July 1 
that causes almost half the '98 -'99 
basketball season to be lost. The 
labor dispute is settled on January 6. 

Tennis star Pete Sampras wins his fifth 
Wimbledon title and remains the 
world's No. 1 player for a record sixth 
straight year, breaking Jimmy Connors' 
mark for consecutive seasons on top. 

The NFL season is plagued with 
controversial and incorrect calls. 
Instant replay is not reinstated, but 
coin toss procedures are implemented. 



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C Miss Virginia Nicole Johnson is crowned Miss America 1999 in 
Atlantic City. The 24-year-old diabetic wears an insulin pump on 
her hip and plans to spotlight diabetes awareness during her reign. 



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O Fifty-six-year-old Linda McCartney, 
photographer, animal rights 
activist and wife of famed Beatle 
Paul, dies of breast cancer on 
April 17, 1998. 





C After dropping out of the 
third grade in 1902 hug 
care for her 1 1 younger 
siblings, retired nanny 
and housekeeper 
Eugenie Garside 
finally receives her 
high school diploma 
at age 98. 



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Hirofumi "The Tokyo Terror" 
Nakajima (right), reigning world 
hot dog eating champion, eats 19 
hot dogs and buns in 12 minutes 
to win the annual Nathan's 
Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog 
Eating Contest. 



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O Seventeen-year-old Katie Hnida is 
named Chatfield Senior High School's 
Homecoming Queen as well as starting 
kicker for the varsity football team. The 
No. 1-ranked kicker in the state of 
Colorado, Hnida hopes to play Division I 
college football next year. 



C NBC's "News Radio" 
star and former 
"Saturday Night Live" 
cast member Phil 
Hartman dies from 
a gunshot wound 
inflicted by his wife 
in May 1998. 



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C Beloved puppeteer Shari Lewis 
dies of cancer on August 2. 
Her creations include her 
trademark Lamb Chop, Hush 
Puppy and Charlie Horse. 






Olympic gold medalist 
figure skater Tara 
Lipinski takes part in 
an anti-tobacco rally 
with area school 
children on Capitol 
Hill in May 1998. The 
rally is sponsored by 
the Campaign for 
Tobacco-Free Kids. 



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Canadian Tobin Belanger escorts a 
mannequin to his high school prom. 
He names her Jen, picks out her 
dress and corsage and arrives In 
a limousine. 

Minnesotan David Weiniick 
"advertises" for a wife and chooses 
pharmacy student Elizabeth Runze 
from 23 hopetuls who travel to the 
Mall of America in Minneapolis for 
the event. Runze and Weiniick marry 
the same day. 



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